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Girling brake servo

Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by Depcons, Oct 1, 2021.

  1. Depcons

    Depcons Gold Level Sponsor

    I have acquired A 1966 Sunbeam Alpine. You guys helped me on my soft top. And for that I thank you. Now this came with a Girling brake servo. It was not attached. But I have found where it goes. Now for the problem. How it hooks up? Any where I could look for one already hooked up?
    Thanks Richard
    PS is there a divice that I could hold in my hand and wave over the car and all the parts would appear in the correct place and work perfectly? I need one
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2021
  2. 65sunbeam

    65sunbeam SAOCA Membership Director Diamond Level Sponsor

    Are you sure that servo is good? Many have been removed as they fail over the years-sometimes with spectacular results!
    Do you hear brake fluid sloshing around if you shake the servo unit?
  3. Depcons

    Depcons Gold Level Sponsor

    I have not shaken it.
    Is the master cylinder for the servo and a regular master cylinder the same. As I have a very hard peddle that travels about 1” or a little more. I adjusted the rear brakes and it does stop better

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