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Necessary to remove master cylinder to install struts?

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    Necessary to remove master cylinder to install struts?

    Just curious if its necessary to remove the reservoir tank on the master cylinder to install a set of front struts as those dang t40 torx screws are pretty close under there. If not, whats the easiest method to get to them?

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    yes. just remove the two 15mm nuts that attach it to the brake booster. then pull it off without removing the brake lines from it.

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    duh, stupid me, i didn't even think about taking the whol f'n thing off, LOL. I was thinking man, drain that tank and risk getting fluid all over everything...ahahah, thanks for clearing that up, wow.


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    no problem

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