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Old 26 Sep 2008, 09:43 pm
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Default master cylinder with ABS

How do you change the brake master cylinder on a 1995 Honda EX with ABS? tnx..
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Old 26 Sep 2008, 09:49 pm
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Default Re: master cylinder with ABS

Theres not much difference in changing a cylinder with ABS than with none,, because the ABS portion of the system is totally separate. So if you how to change a regular master cylinder you can to the one with an ABS. Good luck..
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Old 26 Sep 2008, 09:50 pm
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ah..i see,,now i know!!tnx...
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