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|Package Contents:||Master Cylinder|
|Master Cylinder Color/Finish:||Gray|
|Secondary Port Size:||9/16 x 20|
|Installation Hardware Included:||No|
|Pedal Rod Included:||No|
|Bore Diameter (N):||1.000"|
|Mounting Hole Quantity:||2|
|Master Cylinder Material:||Aluminum|
|Primary Port Size:||1/2 x 20|
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Q:HELP I recently bought this and it is an exact fit.....but when i see in videos the bench bleeding process...i dont see a video that has one like this...just ones where the pump is sticking out. so what if you have no vice to bleed? do you jack up the car before or after installing it? and i bought my drum brakes and shoes as well...I hear you can replace them after installing the cylinder..since you need to bleed the brakes anyways with both projects.Anyone know a protocol/steps to doing both in one day? drum/shoes first or cylinder first?
A:Steve its a 2002 ford taurus sel v6 dohc 3.0l.
A:Hi Word of Mouth, glad to assist you! To further assist with the master cylinder, please provide us the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.
Q:how do i know or what is the differance between a master cylinder with traction control and one without
A:For further assistance, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.
A:I'm still learning but my rule of thumb is if your engine has trac control it is best to buy a part that can be used for its purpose. I know it cost a bit more....but if it gives you peace of mind...go for it. I knew i needed it with trac because after i did a brake diagnostic check at a shop i saw they were looking to put that in at a high price....just went ahead and bought it and going to put it in myself. But im not a mechanic someone might say you dont need it. i just go with replacing what was already there. Good luck.