2001 Toyota Sienna Master Cylinder replacement.?

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Old 25 Apr 2014, 04:25 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2001 Toyota Sienna Master Cylinder replacement.?

The breaks started to go all the way to the floor, with little to no resistance till it was close to the floor. After Bleeding the brakes completely and flushing out all the old brake fluid and replacing it with new fluid, i realized this was gonna be harder then i thought. after researching for a while, i found that the master cylinder is most likely bad after testing my brakes by slamming on the brake then it gave back some pressure. only problem now, i cant find out how to get to the Master cylinder to take it off, theres the air filter unit in the way, do i have to take that out completely just to get to the cylinder.?! im 18 and not the most knowledgeble about cars, just trying to fix my mini van.
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U go to the freaking Toyota company and pay them and they will fix to car
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Old 25 Apr 2014, 04:55 pm   #3 (permalink)
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They will fix it at a Toyota dealership.
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Old 25 Apr 2014, 05:09 pm   #4 (permalink)
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likely the master. but do check the inside of each wheel. on the inner rim part, if you feel tackyness on any wheels, likely there's a leak involved there.















how to remove the master, called 'hydraulic control module" in this instance. there are difference when dealing with "vehicle stability conrol" optioned systems.















http://www.autozone.com/autozone/rep...96b43f80378a4f































look to lft pane for other info. looks like bleeding should start at left front. then rt front. left rear, tr rear.















prolly due to a proportion valve being in the mix somewhere.































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