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Honda Fit: Brake Booster Replacement

  1. Remove the air cleaner cover and the air cleaner case.

  1. Remove the master cylinder.

  1. Disconnect the brake booster vacuum hose (A) from the brake booster.

  2. A
  1. Remove the brake lines (A) from the clamp (B).

  2. ABCD
  3. Remove the nut (C) on the canister and move the hose (D) out of the way.

  1. Remove the engine wire harness clamp (A).

  2. A
  3. Remove the driver's dashboard undercover.

  1. Remove the lock pin (A) and the clevis pin (B), then disconnect the clevis from the brake pedal.

  2. BC8 x 1.25 mm12 N·m(1.2 kgf·m, 8.9 lbf·ft)A?
  3. Remove the brake booster mounting nuts (C).


  1. Remove the brake booster (A) from the engine compartment.

    notice
    • Be careful not to damage the booster surfaces and threads of the booster stud bolts.

    • Be careful not to bend or damage the brake lines or other components hoses and lines.

    NOTE: Use new booster gasket (B) during reassembly.

  2. BReplace.A
  3. Install the brake booster in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

    • Install the master cylinder after installing the brake booster.

    • Check the brake pedal height and free play after installing the master cylinder, and adjust it if necessary.

    • Bleed the brake system.

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