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jrock624 Silver Member Jay Weston
Elon, NC, USA   USA
I am in the market for a thing a ma bob, LOL!! Seriously there is a metal cup that goes between the brake servo and master cylinder according to my mechanic. The PO apparently tossed it at some point and after installing a new servo I get a little whistle/whine while mashing the brake pedal. I can make it go away or slightly release to hear it. Not a biggie as all works fine just an annoying noise from time to time. Thank in advance for any help heart roughly the 7:22 mark is the metal cap I am talking about.





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jrock624 Silver Member Jay Weston
Elon, NC, USA   USA
I added a you tube link showing the metal cap at 7:22

Basil Adams Avatar
About 12 miles from Sears Point, CA, USA   USA
It's rubber not metal and only fits the original master cylinder and booster. You don't use it with aftermarket cylinders or boosters. Original part number is aau9615 and Moss number 180-789. Best of luck. Basil 707.762.0974 basiladams@yahoo.com



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jrock624 Silver Member Jay Weston
Elon, NC, USA   USA
Thanks Scott. Exactly what I needed.


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