Master Cylinder Assembly Removal and Installation
1) Disconnect reservoir lead wire at coupler (1).
2) Clean around master cylinder and reservoir.
3) Loosen clamp and disconnect clutch reservoir hose from reservoir (2). (K9K engine model)
4) Disconnect brake pipes (4) from master cylinder (3).
Brake fluid is extremely damaging to paint.
Do not allow brake fluid to get on painted surfaces.
5) Remove master cylinder attaching nuts (5).
6) Remove master cylinder (3).
For vehicle equipped with P & B valve, remove master cylinder (3) with P & B valve (6) and its bracket, then separate P & B valve (6) from master cylinder (3). (M13 engine model)
[A]: M13 engine model 2. Reservoir
[B]: K9K engine model    
Check clearance between booster piston rod and primary.
1) Install master cylinder as shown and torque master cylinder mounting nuts to specification.
Tightening torque
Master cylinder nut ( a ): 13 N·m ( 1.3 kg-m, 9.5 lb-ft)
2) Connect hydraulic lines and torque flare nuts to specification.
Tightening torque
Brake pipe flare nut ( b ): 16 N·m ( 1.6 kg-m, 12.0 lb-ft)
[A]: M13 engine model [B]: K9K engine model
3) Connect clutch reservoir hose to reservoir and tighten clamp securely. (K9K engine model)
If clamp is rusty, deformed or loose, replace it with a new one.
4) Connect reservoir lead wire.
5) Fill reservoir with specified brake fluid.
6) After installing check brake pedal play and bleed air from system. Refer to Air Bleeding of Brake System .
7) Perform brake test and check each installed part for fluid leakage.