Cardone 13-1489 | Brake Master Cylinder

Part Number
13-1489
Brake Master Cylinder

Fits: 67 Buick Gran Sport, 67-72 Buick Skylark, 67 Buick Special, 67 Buick Sportwagon, 67-71 Oldsmobile 442, 67-72 Oldsmobile Cutlass, 67-72 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser, 67-72 Pontiac GTO, 67 Pontiac Tempest, 68-69 Pontiac Firebird, 70 Buick Sportwagon, 69 Pontiac Grand Prix, 70 Pontiac Tempest, 70-72 Pontiac LeMans, 71-72 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, 74-76 Jeep Cherokee, 75-78 Jeep J10, 75-76 Jeep Wagoneer, 76-77 Jeep CJ5, 76-77 Jeep CJ7

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Building on decades of experience using reverse engineering to remanufacture brake products, CARDONE engineers have meticulously designed our CARDONE® New Master Cylinders to match O.E. performance. Supplied with new O.E.-quality seals and cups, each unit is endurance-tested to ensure perfect fit, function and reliable performance.


BRAND: Cardone New




FEATURES:


  • Buick Gran Sport 1967, GS 350 1969-68, GS 400 1969-68, Skylark 1972-67, Special 1969-67, Sportwagon 1970-67; Jeep Cherokee 1976-74, CJ5 1977-76, CJ7 1977-76, J10 1978-74, J20 1974, Wagoneer 1978-74; Oldsmobile 442 1971-67, 98 1969-67, Cutlass 1972-67, Cutlass Supreme 1972-71, Delmont 88 1968-67, Delta 88 1969-67, F85 1972-67, Vista Cruiser 1972-67; Pontiac Firebird 1969-68, Grand Prix 1969, GTO 1972-67, LeMans 1972-70, Tempest 1970-67
  • Brake Master Cylinder
  • Master Cylinder, Brake Master Cylinder, MC, Master, Cylinder, Power Brake Master Cylinder, Hydrualic Master Cylinder, Manual Brake Master Cylinder
  • New Brake Master Cylinder
  • Brake Master Cylinder
  • New Brake Master Cylinder


SPECIFICS:


Bore Diameter (N)1.000"
E-WasteNo
FAQsSimply plug the master cylinder ports and press the brake pedal. If the master cylinder is bypassing, the pedal will go down. If the pedal stops hard, the master cylinder is OK.
FAQsWhat causes the car to pull to one side during braking?
FAQsWhy is the piston stuck inside the bore of my master cylinder?
FAQsAs a rule, always use the brake fluid recommended by the O.E. which is stamped on the master cylinder lid. Note: Always use new fluid from a sealed container.
FAQsI replaced the master cylinder and now the pedal is high and hard. Why?
FAQsReplace all brake fluid. Brake fluid is hygroscopic which means it absorbs moisture. Too much water in brake fluid will cause vapor lock and apply pressure to the wheels. Also check for proper push rod adjustments and stop light/cruise control switch adjustments.
FAQsWhat type of fluid should I use: DOT 3, DOT 4 or DOT 5?
FAQsFirst, check for air in the system. Make sure master cylinder is level when bleeding. Air will compress in a hydraulic system causing a low pedal. Then, check for brake hose swelling or expanding under pressure. Next, check brake drums/discs for proper specifications. Finally, check brake material.
FAQsMy original master cylinder leaked out of the back of the piston into the booster area. Why?
FAQsOne side of my front brakes won’t release, why?
FAQsThe brake pedal is low and spongy. Is it a bad master cylinder?
FAQsThe master cylinder is working correctly. Check for a faulty brake booster or frozen wheel cylinder/caliper.
FAQsThis is caused by a problem with the caliper or a brake hose.
FAQsCheck booster for a defective push rod seal. If this seal is bad, it could drain the brake fluid out of the master cylinder.
FAQsCheck the steering and suspension. Inspect both calipers for binding or sticky slides or pins. Check brake lining for oil/grease or uneven wear. Inspect brake hoses for restriction. Check for proper tire pressure.
FAQsDoes a step bore style master cylinder require a specific bleeding process?
FAQsDot 3 and 4 are Glycol-based fluids and Dot 5 is a silicone-based fluid.
FAQsHow can I test a master cylinder to see if it's bypassing?
FAQsMost likely, the fluid in the system is contaminated. The most common form of contamination occurs when petroleum-based fluid has been accidentally introduced into the brake system. If that has happened it is almost certain that all rubber components in the brake system (hoses, seals, bladders) will need to be replaced after the system is thoroughly flushed. If the contamination is due to moisture, rust and/or dirt, it might be possible to restore operation by flushing the system and replacing the brake fluid with fresh, clean fluid. Always use the manufacturer-recommended brake fluid from a sealed container.
FAQsThe first step to bench bleeding a step bore is to slowly depress the master cylinder piston, then release slowly and wait 20 seconds before depressing again. NEVER pump piston/pedal with a step bore style master cylinder. Follow the same process on the vehicle.
FAQsWhat causes the brakes to lock up after only a couple of miles?
FAQsWhat’s the difference between Dot 3, 4 and 5?
Features and BenefitsPlastic reservoirs are vacuum-tested to ensure they are leak free
Features and BenefitsMounting hardware and bleeding kits are supplied with every unit to make the installation and bleeding process faster and easier (where applicable)
Features and BenefitsBores meet critical micro-finish specifications to eliminate pitting and corrosion, a cause of premature failure
Features and BenefitsCastings feature a premium protective coating to minimize corrosion and extend unit life
Features and BenefitsOnly O.E.-quality seals and cups are used to ensure O.E. performance and reliability. All rubber components meet S.A.E. specifications
Features and BenefitsSeals are temperature-cycled from -30°F to +220°F to ensure reliable performance during your daily commute
Installation Hardware IncludedNo
Master Cylinder Color/FinishGray
Master Cylinder MaterialCast Iron
Mounting Hole Quantity2
Package ContentsMaster Cylinder, Boot
Pedal Rod IncludedNo
Port Quantity2
Primary Port Size9/16 x 18
Product ConditionNew
Reservoir IncludedYes
Reservoir MaterialCast Iron
Reservoir TypeIntegral
Secondary Port Size1/2 x 20



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INTERCHANGE:


  • Jeep: 8126886
  • Jeep: 8124366
  • Jeep: 8127792

APPLICATIONS:


  • 1974-1976 Jeep Cherokee
  • 1976-1977 Jeep CJ7
  • 1967-1967 Pontiac Tempest
  • 1976-1977 Jeep CJ5
  • 1967-1967 Buick Sportwagon
  • 1967-1972 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser
  • 1967-1972 Buick Skylark
  • 1967-1971 Oldsmobile 442
  • 1970-1972 Pontiac LeMans
  • 1971-1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
  • 1968-1969 Pontiac Firebird
  • 1975-1978 Jeep J10
  • 1967-1967 Buick Gran Sport
  • 1969-1969 Pontiac Grand Prix
  • 1967-1967 Buick Special
  • 1970-1970 Pontiac Tempest
  • 1975-1976 Jeep Wagoneer
  • 1970-1970 Buick Sportwagon
  • 1967-1972 Pontiac GTO
  • 1967-1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass
Customer Questions
What is a brake master cylinder?
The brake master cylinder converts brake pedal pressure into hydraulic pressure to activate the brakes.
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