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  • Brakes: soft pedal

    The question I have is what way does the master cylinder cap go on. I noticed that one end of the cap looks like it has a rubber plunger on it. The car has power disc brakes. I am going on a seattle chapter fall colors run today and when checking all the fluids I did not pay attention to the way the cap came off. I also think think the booster might be bad. The brake pedal goes almost to the floor. I still have brakes but it seems the power brake part is gone. I have not driven my cruiser much for the last few years and I have not checked the brake fluid for at least eight years. Eric Larson

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    Here is a pic of one on an Avanti. Same master cylinder. I copied it from another thread here.
    http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...Cylinder-Cover

    Gordon S

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