Z32 Brake Booster Repair

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  1. Neddey

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    No repairers open to ask question, so "is a Z32 vacuum (brake) booster with obviously damaged diaphragm repairable"?
     
  2. IB

    IB ?????

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    Might take a bit of searching (unless it's in the tech section) but someone used a repair kit (think it might have been for a patrol).
     
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    beaver southern zeds

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  4. Neddey

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    Have found used booster in good, tested condition and am about to start installation. I am partially disabled so can't do the under dash work myself and will need to find brake specialist mechanic on the Sunny Coast and to make it easier and quicker i will need to brief him / her on what they are going to find under there and how they are going to go about removing the booster, but I can't find any tech articles on this.

    I have been advised to remove the drivers seat which I am about to do and would really appreciate any tech articles and some good "under dash" pictures if anybody has, or has access to any - from an auto would be perfect.
    PM me please, and thanks
     
  5. rob260

    rob260 Moderator Staff Member

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    No need to remove the seat - it is a fairly straightforward procedure I’d just leave it up to the mechanic to work around.

    It’s six nuts and a clevis pin.
     

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