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Old 06-01-2021, 05:47 AM   #1
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Master Cylinder

just an fyi, had to replace the master cylinder pressure switch 2004 workhorse, it was broke off even at the cylinder, had to dig it out, after replacing i could not get the alarm to go off, found that in the process i had made a little burr on the small hole that the pin goes in, carefully cleaned that up and all is well.
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Glad to hear that you took care of that episode. What caused it to break off in the first place.... were you trying to take it out and it snapped off? Were you rebuilding the master cylinder?
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Glad to hear that you took care of that episode. What caused it to break off in the first place.... were you trying to take it out and it snapped off? Were you rebuilding the master cylinder?
don't know what happened to it, i had been getting a warning off and on and one day when i was checking things out it was just hanging by the wire broke off even at the cylinder, have read other instances of this happening to others.
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