[ROVERNET - UK] More queries on P6 brakes
phing at videotron.ca
Sat Jan 26 17:27:09 GMT 2008
Thanks . These points are not covered in the Rover manual[ for factory trained mechanics .]
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From: "Vern Klukas" <vern at inkspotco.com>
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Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2008 12:04 PM
Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] More queries on P6 brakes
>>I have the car on jack stands , the brake callipers in pieces ,
>>the master cylinders in place and an operating engine . Is there any
>>way to test the servo ?? What should I look for, brake fluid
>>somewhere it shouldn't be . I don't want to rip it apart unless I
>>know there is a problem , rebuild kits are too expensive and rare to
>>squander on a" just in case ' rebuild.
> Check for fluid in the vacuum chamber. If it is dry you are probably
> in good shape.
>>The cork floats in the master cylinder level switches have dried out
>>and disappeared into a goo of cork flakes in the bottom of the
>>reservoirs . is there a quick fix for this , apart from sourcing new
>>[ probably dried out ]?? ] float switches ? Abandon the whole level
>>warning light system and check the levels regularly ??
> You can take the switch apart and just replace the cork. I've used a
> high quality wine cork in the past, but then I live in a wine region
> so they are plentiful lol
>>All comments gratefully received
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