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i have a 1967 bedford ca. a brand new servo unit has been

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i have a 1967 bedford ca.
a brand new servo unit has been fitted,
it has been in and out of the garage regards XXXXX XXXXX sticking on
at least 4 times to the garage , they cant find anything wrong,
just gone through an mot and passed
any idears please
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Matt replied 4 years ago.
Hello


I'd try reducing the preload from the master cylinder onto the servo

if you remove the brake master cylinder and then push the brake pedal, you should get a small pushrod poking out of the servo

on the end of the rod there should be some screw adjustment- try turning it in a full turn and putting it all back together and see how it is

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