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Troubleshooting No Fluid In Reservoir On Titan Model 60 Actuator


My Titan Model 60 actuator is 22 years old and there is currently no fluid in the resevoir. Not sure where it went but the wheels are dry so it may have leaked from the quick release brake line, or the master cylinder. No sign of fluid there either. I dont want to add fluid if Im going to tear everything apart. What suggestions do you have? Thanks


Expert Reply:

The reason your reservoir is empty on your Titan Zinc-Plated Brake Actuator # T43397007K is likely due to a leak somewhere in the brake lines, calipers, or master cylinder.

You're going to want to check the undercarriage of your vehicle for leaks to see where the problem may lie.

If you've already inspected your lines, brake calipers, and master cylinder and confirmed they are in good working order, then you can simply replace your master cylinder with the Replacement Master Cylinder Assembly for Titan Model 60 and Aero 7500 Brake Actuators # T4395100.

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