|If the vacuum hose is reused, put a paint mark to the brake booster side of the vacuum
hose not to confuse the installation direction before remove the vacuum hose.
|Install the vacuum hose assembly so that the check valve is in the direction as shown
in the figure.
|1.If a new vacuum hose is installed, position the paint marks on the end of vacuum hose
as a yellow mark faces the brake booster side and as a white mark faces the vacuum pipe side,
and install the vacuum hose.
|2.When the vacuum hose is reused, install it as the paint mark which was put at removal
faces the brake booster side.
Check that the push rod depth is the length (A) as shown, using the jig attached to the
|A jig suitable for the spare master cylinder assembly
is attached. To adjust the push rod depth correctly, be sure to use the jig attached to the
spare component, and don’t use it as a jig of other spare component.
|2.When the push rod depth differs from the jig length, use angle nose pliers to fix the
push rod at the area indicated with an arrow. Then, use the push rod adjusting socket (special
tool: MB991568) to rotate the push rod leading end, and adjust the push rod depth to match with
the jig length.
|It is recommended to use the angle nose pliers that are commercially available.
|Initialize the brake pedal stroke sensor installed to the brake pedal assembly in the
|1.Disconnect the auxiliary battery (-) terminal. (Refer to GROUP 54A - Auxiliary
|2.Disconnect the auxiliary battery (-) terminal and wait for 1 minute.
|3.After 1 minute, connect the auxiliary battery (-) terminal. (Refer to GROUP
54A - Auxiliary battery )