Mazda 2: Master Cylinder

MASTER CYLINDER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

CAUTION:

1. Remove the battery. (See BATTERY REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

2. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

3. Install in the reverse order of removal.

4. Add brake fluid, bleed the brakes, and inspect for leakage after the installation has been completed. (See BRAKE FLUID AIR BLEEDING).

Mazda 2. MASTER CYLINDER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

  1. Brake fluid level sensor connector
  2. No.2 reserve tank, cap
  3. Reserve tank hose
  4. Reserve tank hose (MTX)
  5. Brake pipe
  6. Master cylinder component

Reserve Tank Hose Removal Note

1. Move the clip upward.

Mazda 2. MASTER CYLINDER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

2. Disconnect the reserve tank hose.

Reserve Tank Hose Installation Note

1. Press the clip in after the reserve hose is inserted completely.

Mazda 2. MASTER CYLINDER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

2. Verify that the reserve tank hose is securely installed by pulling it, and reinsert into the reserve tank.

BRAKE FLUID LEVEL SENSOR INSPECTION

1. Disconnect the connector from the brake fluid level sensor.

2. Inspect for continuity between the brake fluid level sensor terminals.

Mazda 2. BRAKE FLUID LEVEL SENSOR INSPECTION

Mazda 2. BRAKE FLUID LEVEL SENSOR INSPECTION

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