Booster is on firewall above single master. Reservoir under fender
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Scooter465: That would be true for a master cylinder attached to a firewall mounted brake booster, a combination used since 1962. But I believe the 300F uses a remote booster and manual brake style master cylinder bolted directly to the firewall, because of clearance issues with the ram tubes.
From: scooter465 <scooter465@xxxxxxx>
To: kmaniak <kmaniak@xxxxxxx>
Cc: lindsey <lindsey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; Chrysler300 <Chrysler300@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tue, May 17, 2016 3:08 pm
Subject: Re: [Chrysler300] Re: F brakes locking up on way to Holland meet
How about the pushrod length adjustment can cause brakes to drag if it is adjusted to long brakes heat up and lock up.
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