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c70 2002 2.4 petrol convertable

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Old May 14th, 2019, 15:15   #1
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Hi, I'm new to this forum, I recently purchased a c70 2.4 petrol convertable year 2002. it's in a reasonable condition but needs things doing to it, I have been trying to buy (preferably new) a brake master cylinder and brake servo, I would be most grateful if anybody can tell me where I can buy these items
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Old May 14th, 2019, 21:50   #2
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Hi, just a thought but are you asking because you have a definate fault or just surprised how poor they seem compared to your previous car ??

Volvo brakes have never been renowned for being sharp and I know when I've driven VW's say, it's felt like I've just done an emergency stop when applying them 'normally' !

You'd be surprised what a brake fluid change and a proper bleed of the brakes can achieve though, just a thought !

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Hi John, Had a garage look at it, it's not leaking fluid but taking in air, garage thinks the servo is the problem
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