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Username Post: Brake and clutch spring attachment        (Topic#294277)
2ndtime50guy 
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03-03-13 03:53 PM - Post#2322565    

Hey guys, quick question. I am reinstalling my newly rebuilt master cylinder and brake lines tomorrow! Would it be beneficial to remove the transmission access panel to more easily reach and reattach the clutch and break pedal return springs?

You may remember, that I was able to do 90% of my work from above because I removed my master cylinder through a hole in the floorboard,

I was able to remove the springs by reaching blindly under the car with the front driver wheel removed, but obviously reattaching them won't be that simple.

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2ndtime50guy 
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03-03-13 05:07 PM - Post#2322606    
    In response to 2ndtime50guy

Please delete this one too! Sorry!

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