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Old 19-12-15, 03:01 PM   #1
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hi folks has anyone got a step by step instruction for reservoir removal photos would be good thanks in advance
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Old 26-12-15, 12:37 PM   #2
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The only suggestion is to spray lubricant at the plastic and rubber meeting point, while shaking the reservoir. Then after a while, just pull it upwards a little, again and again. It will go out firstly the one inlet then the other one.

p.s. The brake fluid when it spills in painted surface, it soaks the painting, so immediately just flush it, with water. When you assemble the new reservoir, just apply lubricant around the (2) two plastic tips, to be easy inserted into the rubber insert of the brake pump.
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