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Chevrolet Equinox Service Manual: Master Cylinder Reservoir Replacement Hydraulic Brakes Brake Fluid Reservoir

Chevrolet Equinox Service Manual / Chassis / Brakes / Master Cylinder Reservoir Replacement Hydraulic Brakes Brake Fluid Reservoir

Removal Procedure

Warning:Refer toBrake Fluid Irritant Warning.

Caution:Refer toBrake Fluid Effects on Paint and Electrical Components Caution.

Using a suitable tool, remove the brake fluid from the brakemaster cylinder reservoir.Discard the brake fluid into an approved container.

Master Cylinder Reservoir Replacement Hydraulic Brakes Brake Fluid Reservoir

Disconnect the master cylinder fluid level sensor electricalconnector-(1).Remove and discard the master cylinder reservoir retainingpins-(2)-by compressing the lockingtabs.

Master Cylinder Reservoir Replacement Hydraulic Brakes Brake Fluid Reservoir

Carefully remove the master cylinderreservoir-(1)-by pulling the reservoirstraight up.

Master Cylinder Reservoir Replacement Hydraulic Brakes Brake Fluid Reservoir

Remove the master cylinder reservoirseals-(1).Installation ProcedureLubricate the master cylinder reservoir seals with GMapproved brake fluid from a clean, sealed brake fluidcontainer.

Master Cylinder Reservoir Replacement Hydraulic Brakes Brake Fluid Reservoir

Install the master cylinder reservoirseals-(1).

Master Cylinder Reservoir Replacement Hydraulic Brakes Brake Fluid Reservoir

Install the master cylinderreservoir-(1)-to the master cylinder.Ensure the master cylinder reservoir bayonets are fullyseated in the master cylinder.

Master Cylinder Reservoir Replacement Hydraulic Brakes Brake Fluid Reservoir

Connect the master cylinder fluid level sensor electricalconnector-(1).Install new master cylinder reservoir retainingpins-(2).Ensure the retaining pins are fully seated and the lockingtabs are fully deployed.Fill the master cylinder reservoir to the proper level. RefertoMaster Cylinder Reservoir Filling.Observe the brake pedal feel after filling the mastercylinder reservoir. If the pedal feels spongy, bleed the hydraulicbrake system. Refer toHydraulic Brake System Bleeding.

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