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Old 04-03-2011, 07:24 PM   #1
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Location off master cylinder

Hi Folks- I have been fixing up my Georgie Boy Cruise Air since last Fall/ On a shake down cruise yesterday I had a Brake lite come on. I partially lost rear brakes. Can someone tell me how to find and access the master cylinder on this Ole Gal? Its a Dodge Chassis-440 Eng-Thanks-Al



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Old 04-04-2011, 03:30 PM   #2
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Open the hood. It should be there on the right (drivers) side of the firewall. At least that's where my Cruise Aire's master cylinder was.

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Thanks Bob- On mine there is nothing under the hood just Fuse panel and access to the batteries and Heater core. The rest is flat wall. My brake pedal gos down thru the floor board near the steering column. Seems to be right above the frame on the drivers side-engine cover gives no access-cant see it from the left front wheel well ( at least with tire on)- Guess I need to crawl under somehow-Thanks-Al
(Anybody ever cut out a section of floor board for access-then hinge it to make it support your feet?}
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Look on the drivers side up and under behind the front tire, may be a sheet metal panel hiding it.
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If you can see the front brake line try following it back to the master cylinder.

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