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Carquest Wearever Master Cylinder - New

Part No. MCA630001 Warranty Details  

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All master cylinders meet or exceed O.E. form, fit and function.
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Color/Finish:Gray
Hardware Included:No
Master Cylinder Bore Diameter:1.125 in
Master Cylinder Material:Aluminum
Mounting Hole Quantity:2
New Or Remanufactured:New
Port Quantity:2
Primary Outlet Thread Diameter:M12 x 1.0 mm
Pushrod Included:No
Reservoir Included:Yes
Reservoir Material:Plastic
Reservoir Type:Single
Secondary Outlet Thread Diameter:M10 x 1.0 mm

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  • Q:

    my brake pedal pushes to floor, I have no leaks or lose of brake fluid, with truck off pedal goes half way to floor then stops while holding pedal down and starting engine pedal fades to floor. I can still stop by pumping brakes but pedal still fades. Could this be brake master cylinder? I have no indicator lights on showing any problems.

    Bill
    Asked on 9/2/2014 by Bill from Niles,Ohio

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      A:

      I'm glad to assist, Bill! It's definitely possible that a failing valve inside your master cylinder could cause this type of failure. If you have recently done a brake job or your fluid was low and you have added fluid, there could be air in the line. If there is air in your brake lines you could experience similar symptoms as air compresses easier than brake fluid. Once the vehicle is turned on your brake booster provides you additional force to your brakes.

      If you would like to try to bleed your brakes first I suggest purchasing a repair manual for your 2004-2008 Ford F-150 (excluding Heritage and Lightning) or 2006-2008 Lincoln Mark LT for the proper procedures, Haynes Part No. 36061.

      The standard method is to pump the brakes and have a partner open the bleeder valve on the caliper or wheel cylinder starting with the wheel farthest (usually right rear) from the master cylinder to the closest (typically left front). Make sure you have a catch can or bucket for the purged brake fluid. For each bleeder valve pump the brakes until they are firm then keep pressure on the pedal and have the helper open the valve. The pedal should drop to the floor. Do this for each bleeder valve until no air, only brake fluid, exits the bleeder valve.

      You may also find it easier to use an AutoCraft Test & Bleed Kit (Part No. 36061) which should allow you to do the bleeding on your own.

      Answered on 9/3/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
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