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Section II. WHEEL CYLINDER
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Section IV. PARKING
TM 10-3930-630-34
9-8. Wheel Cylinder, Reassembly and Installation
9-7.
Wheel Cylinder, Cleaning, Inspection and
a. Reassembly. Reassemble the wheel cylinder in
Repair
reverse numerical sequence as illustrated in figure 9-2.
b.  Installation.  Refer to TM 10-3930-630-12 and
a.  Wash all parts thoroughly in clean brake fluid.
install the wheel cylinder.
Use lint free cloth for cleaning.
b.  Inspect all parts for wear, corrosion or other
damage that might impair cylinder action.  Replace
unserviceable parts.
Section III. MASTER CYLINDER
9-10. Master Cylinder, Removal and Disassembly
9-9. Description
a.  Removal.  Refer to TM  10-3930-630-12 and
a. Brake cylinder and fluid reservoir are combined in
remove the master cylinder.
one casing and are joined by intake and by-pass ports
b. Disassembly. Disassemble the master cylinder in
located in the cylinder wall. Internal parts are removed
or installed at push rod end.
numerical sequence as illustrated in figure 9-3.
b. The cylinder piston is operated through a push rod
connected to the brake pedal.
1
Piston rod
6
Piston cup
11
Outlet fitting
2
Piston boot
7
Spring
12
Fitting gasket
3
Lock wire
8
Valve assembly
13
Filler cap
4
Stop plate
9
Fitting bolt
14
Cap gasket
5
Piston
10
Bolt gasket
15
Cylinder body
TA067429
Figure 9-3. Master cylinder, disassembly and reassembly.
pressure marks and discoloration.
Remove minor
9-11.  Master Cylinder, Cleaning, Inspection and
marks and discoloration with crocus cloth.
Deep
Repair
blemishes will require reboring to resurface the cylinder
a. Use a lint free cloth and clean all internal parts in
wall.  If resurfacing is necessary, use the following
clean hydraulic brake fluid.
procedure:
b. Clean cylinder casting in cleaning solvent, (Fed.
(1) Coat walls of cylinder bore with hydraulic
Spec.  P-D-680).  Finish cleaning with brake fluid to
brake fluid.
remove all traces of solvent.
c.
Inspect cylinder bore for deep blemishes,
9-3

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