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I have seen the threads about detaching the master cylinder from the servo by undoing the two bolts and avoiding disconnection of the hydraulic pipes, (to avoid bleeding afterwards)

If the master cylinder is removed like this, does it just pull out from the centre of the servo body? Will there be any loss of fluid from behind the cylinder when I pull it away?

I wanted to ask before I went ahead, as I am expecting to dislodge a brake seal behind this and fluid going everywhere!

What is behind this? Is it just the rod to the brake pedal ?

I wanted to ask anyone who has done this job. Thanks
 

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I have never tried to remove the servo without first removing the M/C, but I wouldn't think that you would get sufficient movement on the rigid brake pipes to allow this to happen.

One thing is for sure though, there should be NO loss of brake fluid - Unless the master cylinder is faulty, in which case, you would have noticed the brake fluid level going down.

Regards.
 
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