Parking brake lever stroke standard value 8 9 clicks

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Parking brake lever stroke [Standard value] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 clicks 2. If the number of notches is not the standard value, adjust the cable length with the adjusting nut of the equalizer. 3. The indicator light will go out when the brake lever is fully released, and will light with the lever pulled one notch. If it does not operate, replace it. 4. After the adjustment, check that the rear brakes do not drag with the parking brake lever released. 5 8 - 1 0
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BRAKE PEDAL BRAKE PEDAL COMPONENTS TORQUE : Nm (kg.cm, Ib.ft) 5 8 - 1 1
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BRAKE PEDAL REMOVAL 1. Remove the lower crash pad assembly (Refer to Body Group) 2. Remove the steering column assembly (Refer to Steering Group) 3. Remove the air con complete assembly (Refer to Air condi- tioning System Group) 4. Remove the brake pedal return spring. 5. Remove the steering support member. 6. Remove the stop lamp switch and disconnect the clutch switch connector (Vehicle with automatic speed control sys- tem only) 7. Remove the cotter pin and clevis pin. 8. Detach the stopper and washer from the right side pedal sup- port member. 9. Loosen the booster mounting nut and remove the right side pedal support member. 10. Remove the brake pedal to the driver’s compartment. Remove the pedal rod bushing and wave washer. 11. Loosen the pedal support member installation bolt and nut, then remove the left side pedal support member. INSPECTION 1. Check the bushing for wear. 2. Check the brake pedal for bend or twisting. 3. Check the brake pedal return spring for damage. INSTALLATION 1. Installation is the reverse of removal procedure. NOTE 1) Coat the specified grease to the inner surface of the bushings. Specified grease : Chassis grease SAE J310, NLGI No.0 2) Before insert the clevis pin, apply the specified grease to the clevis pin and washer. 5 8 - 1 2
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MASTER CYLINDER MASTER CYLINDER COMPONENTS REMOVAL 1. Detach the brake tubes from the master cylinder, and then install the plugs. CAUTION Do not let brake fluid remain on a painted surface. Wash it off immediately. 2. Remove the master cylinder mounting nuts, detach the pro- portioning valve mounting bracket, and then lift out the mas- ter cylinder. DISASSEMBLY 1. Remove the reservoir cap and drain the brake fluid into a suitable container. 2. Remove the reservoir from the master cylinder. NOTE When bleeding by pressurized fluid, do not press the brake pedal.
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MASTER CYLINDER 3. Using snap ring pliers, remove the retaining ring. 4. Remove the primary piston assembly. 5. Using a screwdriver, push the secondary piston all the way down and remove the piston stopper. Remove the secondary piston assembly. NOTE Do not disassemble the primary and secondary piston assembly. INSPECTION 1. Inspect the cylinder bore for rust or scoring. 2. Inspect the master cylinder for wear or damage. If necessary, clean or replace the cylinder.
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