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Lockheed brake servo

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Air valve cover removed 5 screws. Reaction piston retaining plate removed 3 screws. The reaction piston will be pushed out by the brake fluid. If it's stuck be careful otherwise you will shoot it away if it suddenly releases! Removal of back cover, rubber bellow visible. Rubber bellow gently removed, securing clamp visible.

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When pressing down the return spring the clamp can be taken out should almost fall out. Inside of the vacuum part, one way air valve visible.

After removal of the housing 3 boltsthe backup guide, seal and seal tensioner and spring the circlip retainer becomes reachable. The parts in order of removal Totally Right, the white part guides the piston rod Seal which prevents brake fluid from entering the vacuum part Washer which presses the seal against the guide Spring to hold the washer and seal in place Circlip ring to retain the piston Left the washer behind the circlip Bottom, the empty housing.

This is what storage does to brake parts I had the brake servo for some years before I mounted it Unfortunately it had been filled with brake fluid by it's previous owner and i stored it without totally flushing it out or filling it totally. Shell removed to thoroughly clean the piston. I started rebuilding the servo because the brakes hanged on for a few more seconds after I had pressed the brake pedal This is probably why.

In the top of the air-valve there should be a spring to define its standard position. I noticed this spring was missing, making the return stroke only rely on vacuum being build up on one side. Adding the spring results in more direct valve operation. All internal parts ready for reassembly.

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The reaction piston back in place. All components to be fitted again. Big return spring, plunger, bellow and back cover. Reassembled hoping it will work The list of Remote Brake Servo's from Lockheed with their sizes and revision kits.This website is supported by the contributions of our members. To review the Contributing Member Benefits. If you would like to keep this website up and running, please consider contributing:.

Hi, I have just installed a new brake servo with the master cylinder attached to it. It was a direct replacement of the old one as i seemed to be loosing vacum, however after installing it my brakes seem to be locking on after pressing the brake pedal.

Hi There was a post on here awhile ago similar to this problem which may be worth reading? From memory; the angle the servo is mounted is important and an extra non-standard spring inside the servo will also help.

Simon, I'm assuming that the servo is a Lockheed remote servo or clone with the master cylinder not attached but mounted on the pedal box.

Let us know if it's a Girling. Go to the MBGV8 website, they have an excellent description of how the remote servo works inactive, braking but no boost, boosting etc plus the various failure modes. Hopefully this will help get it working.

As an alternative, bypass the hydraulic lines around the servo, fit some Greenstuff front pads and try wothout the servo. See my recent posting, with quite a few replies from people running Plus 2s without servos. Regards Gerry. The servo is mounted with what i though to be the master cylibder coming out the front of it, with the addition of the plastic diagphram housing with the air filter on it. The whole reason for buying the new servo was to get it back to working order so i want to try and get it working again as it was.

As i said it is a direct replacment so the mounting postion etc is as suggested by the manufacturer and as it was before, its just the issue of the brakes sticking on after i push the pedal, so im assuming the problem must be the new unit as it wasnt sticking before. Where did you get it from? I'm only asking as previous issues I've had with the Lockheed servos have generally been after a period of inactivity.

An additional helper spring Thanks John Clegg! If the place you got it from had it sitting on their shelf for ages, then who knows what condition it's in. The other thing to check would be the non-return valve from the inlet manifold. Regards Richard. Richard '72 Sprint.

If it is mounted at the correct angle and the extra spring doesn't solve it, Lockheed themselves! I have ended up doing this to avoid such scary moments I think I have solved it! I removed the push fit plastic cover from the air valve when the brakes had siezed on, there was a rush of air and the brakes came unstuck The only thing I can work out from this is that the push cap on the new servo is moulded incorrectly so that air release valve was not able to work at the specified pressure.Suitable for cars fitted with single line brake systems only.

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Range Rover Mudflaps. Jaguar Paint. Jaguar Safety. Jaguar Engine Oil Chart. Jaguar Mudflaps. General Consumables. General Fasteners. Engine Oil. Work Lamps. Advertising Prints. Fridge Magnets. Lapel Pins.GBP 75, Brake servo - booster Servo brake Ford Escort MG Services Heathrow. AP Lockheed style remote brake servo. Inclusive of UK mainland delivery. Brake Servo. Jaguar saloons with single line braking. This servo has the 7'' internal diameter vacuum can.

The vacuum can has a 1 way valve pre fitted. This style of servo was fitted as an a ccessory on many larger cars. These have universal fitting brackets but some vehicles may. It is for single brake line systems only. As these are accessory servos they will fit many cars We also sell the larger the 4.

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If you require faster UPS delivery service please contact us direct. Transit damage does occasionally occur with poor handling by couriers. In this event typically a small cap is broken or the complete air valve.

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Thread starter codekiddie Start date Jul 27, Got around to doing the brake servo overhaul, and have the unit off of the car and got to point 16 in the repair operation manual, whereby the slave cylinder has already been separated from the vacuum chamber, and it says to simply "withdraw the pushrod and internal parts from the slave cylinder.

No amount of gentle persuasion has had any effect :shock: Have i missed something? Any pointers much appreciated. Phil, I had similar experiences earlier this year as did one or two other forum members. If you do this, please be careful and make sure you don't "shoot" yourself with the assembly :wink:.

The servo I rebuilt using the refurb. Thanks Steve I will try and rig up my foot pump somehow :shock:.

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As per the post earlier this year and the pic, I managed it using a couple of scrap lengths of brake pipe, couple of brake pipe unions and one fuel line t-clip.

Cheap and very effective. Just bend over one length of pipe to seal it and connect to the end of the cylinder, attached the open ended pipe to the one in the side and connect your pump to this one. As I say, just be careful - aim into something soft and well away from face etc. So I have now finished fitting the brake servo overhaul kit today, as it looked like the most likely cause of my sticking brakes, but I am still having the same problem, even seems more prominent to me but may just be my frustrationso am tearing my hair out, especially as I have little time to work on her and my pass for Waddesdon arrived today for next weekend as well :shock: :shock: :shock: When it happens I have not been in a position to check if all four wheels are locked, which I am told would point to the servo or master cylinderbut I noticed that when the brakes lock on, the brake lights are also lit, and since the brake light switch is effectively connected to the output of the servo, I think I should be able to discount things like collapsed brake hoses on individual wheels?

Is it possible that overhauling the servo may have highlighted the problem more, or is there something that I may have done incorrectly :?

Any more help with this would be greatly appreciated, as I really don't want to have to go to Waddesdon in my modern next week.

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There's a thread somewhere about a spring in the servo that prevents the brakes sticking on. It wasn't fitted to the earlier cars but can be added as a modification. My memory of the details is rusty, but it could be worth searching the forum if there's a chance that this is the cause of your trouble.

I noticed that when the brakes lock on, the brake lights are also lit, and since the brake light switch is effectively connected to the output of the servo, I think I should be able to discount things like collapsed brake hoses on individual wheels? Next time it happens, slacken the brake pipe in to the servo which will be easy as you disconnected it to remove the servoif the brakes free off it's the master cylinder, if they don't it's the servo.

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Log in or Sign up. I just finished installing a new Lockheed 5" servo in my '66 Tiger. It works well and installation was not difficult. More information to follow. Lockheed servo 4. Lockheed servo 3. Lockheed servo 5.

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Paul AApr 7, Awaiting more info Just kidding of course. Thought my camera took a good PIC but when I got home it was blurry from the bright sunshine.

It seemed to be an ideal size. DanR P. I thing it was a Red Tiger. And there are no doubt a-lot-a-red-ones.

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DanRApr 9, The kit includes the servo, new input and output brake lines, non-return valve, mounting brackets and various other items. I wanted to locate the unit in the same area as was used by the original Girling unit. There was really only one way to position the servo that would permit clearance between it and the bonnet and that was to use a position similar to the original. With location determined I needed to find a suitable way to mount it in position.


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