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Cardone Select Master Cylinder - New

Part No. 13-2532 Warranty  

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Product Features:
  • Cardone Select Engineered (CSE) Technology ensures that all master cylinders meet or exceed O.E. form, fit and function.
  • Life-cycle testing ensures that every master cylinder exceeds S.A.E. stroke requirements.
  • All cylinder bores are micro-finished to precise specifications to dramatically reduce wear and promote long service life.
  • Seals are temperature-cycled from -30°F to +220°F to ensure leak-free, reliable performance under harsh under-hood conditions.
  • EPDM seals and O-rings meet O.E. quality standards to ensure reliable, leak-free performance.
  • Rubber components are tested to comply with stringent S.A.E. specifications.
  • Aluminum castings are designed to precision tolerances to ensure like-new performance.
  • Aluminum castings are designed to precision tolerances to ensure like-new performance.
  • Mounting components are included with every model for easy installation.
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Bleeder Kit Included:Yes
Brake Booster Included:No
Master Cylinder Bore Size:1 in
Master Cylinder Cap Included:Yes
Master Cylinder Material:Aluminum
Mounting Bracket(s) Included:No
Mounting Hole Quantity:2
New Or Remanufactured:New
Pushrod Included:No
Reservoir Included:Yes

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Cardone SelectNew Master Cylinder
 
5.0

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5.0

Great value!

By Deebo247

from Ellenwood, GA

About Me Auto Enthusiast, Mechanic

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Pros

  • Decreased Stopping Distance
  • Easy To Install
  • No Fade

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving
    • Performance Driving
    • Replacement

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    • Q:

      There is a round hub that the master cylinder connects to what is the name of that?
      Asked on 9/22/2012 by dee from Wheeling,west virginia

      1 answer

      • CUSTOMER CARE

        A:

        The Master Cylinder (Cardone Select New Master Cylinder - Part No. 13-2532) is connected to the brake pedal via a pushrod. The rod from the brake pedal pushes on the piston. It moves, closing off the compensating port and trapping fluid ahead of the primary cup. Any fluid trapped in the cylinder is then forced through a valve, called a residual pressure valve, into the brake lines. When the brakes are released, the master cylinder piston returns to its original position. An outlet port links the cylinder to the brake lines. An inlet port connects the reservoir with the space around the piston. A compensating port connects the reservoir to the cylinder, ahead of the primary cup. As we are not sure of the exact part you are referring we have provided the complete connections of a master cylinder. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto store and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

        Answered on 9/24/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
    • Q:

      I have a 94 explorer 4 wheel drive recently changed brakes all the way around. Have plenty of pressure when bleeding brakes but pedal slow to return to up position. Have pedal pressure when driven however if I have to use the breaks w/o time between (parking) do not have pressure to stop would this be amaster cyl prob or booster. Do not find any leaks in vac to booster.
      Asked on 8/20/2012 by Ford Fan from Queensbury, NY

      1 answer

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        A:

        Sorry, without the presence of your vehicle we would not be able to properly diagnose it nor provide you with a 100% answer. We would suggest that you take your vehicle to a certified mechanic for further diagnosis.

        Answered on 8/20/2012 by Steve from AAP
    • Q:

      i am haveing trouble and dont know whats going on i have preasure in both the front and rear ports but the front port is not dispercing brake fluid lost and confused what may that be this is the same master cylinder i have in my truck lost looking for answeres please help me with any segestions on intell you may have
      Asked on 10/27/2011 by kyle from lima,oh

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        A:

        The most likely cause is a defective brake hose with a deteriorated lining that acts as a one-way valve and won't let brake fluid return to the master cylinder. As an alternative, there might be debris in the caliper's internal passageway performing the same undesired function to one or both pistons. Given the work you've described in regard to moving the pistons, it seems fairly unlikely that one of these would be sticking. Still, there's no piston return mechanism other than the wobble of the brake disk and a slight suction when the brake pedal is released, so with suitable rust in place, it's possible for a piston to stick in the 'brakes applied' position.

        Answered on 10/28/2011 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
    • Q:

      When I apply my brakes I have no trouble stopping, but while stopped the pedal will slowly begin going down about two inches and becomes rock hard. I replaced the wheel cylinders and calipers recently and there are no leaks. Does this sound like a master cylinder problem ?
      Asked on 9/16/2011 by Pascobill from Dade City, FL

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        A:

        I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

        Answered on 9/17/2011 by Steve from AAP
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