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                             PERIODIC MAINTENANCE SERVICES                                   [G15B1]     1-5
                             15. Inspect Brake Lines and Check Operation of Parking and Service Brake System


15. Inspect Brake Lines and
Check Operation of Parking and
Service Brake System
                                          MAINTENANCE INTERVAL
                              [Number of months or km (miles), whichever occurs first]
  Months    3    7.5    15   22.5   30    37.5    45      52.5   60   67.5   75    82.5   90    97.5   105 112.5 120
   1,000
           4.8   12     24   36     48     60     72      84     96   108    120   132    144   156    168   180   192
   km
   1,000
            3    7.5    15   22.5   30    37.5    45      52.5   60   67.5   75    82.5   90    97.5   105 112.5 120
   miles
                         P          P              P              P          P            P            P           P


A: INSPECTION
1. BRAKE LINE
1) Check scratches, swelling, corrosion and/or
traces of fluid leakage on brake hoses or pipe
joints.
2) Check the possibility of adjacent parts inter-
fering with brake pipes/hoses during driving,
and loose connections/clamps.
3) Check any trace of fluid leakage, scratches,
etc. on master cylinder, wheel cylinder, pres-
sure control valve and hill-holder.                                                                           G1H0010

NOTE:
When the brake fluid level in the reservoir tank
is lower than the specified limit, the brake fluid             B: CHECKING
warning light on the combination meter will                    1. SERVICE BRAKE
come on.                                                       1) Check the free play of brake pedal with a
                                                               force of less than 10 N (1 kg, 2 lb).
                                                               Brake pedal free play:
                                                                   1 -- 3 mm (0.04 -- 0.12 in)
                                                               2) If the free play is out of specifications above,
                                                               adjust the brake pedal as follows:
                                                                  (1) Be sure engine is off. (No vacuum is ap-
                                                                  plied to brake booster.)
                                                                  (2) There should be play between brake
                                                                  booster clevis and pin at brake pedal instal-
                                                                  ling portion.
                                                G1H0009           [Depress brake pedal pad with a force of
                                                                  less than 10 N (1 kg, 2 lb) to a stroke of 1 to
                                                                  3 mm (0.04 to 0.12 in).]
                                                                  (3) Depress the surface of brake pad by
                                                                  hand.




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1-5      [G15B2]            PERIODIC MAINTENANCE SERVICES
15. Inspect Brake Lines and Check Operation of Parking and Service Brake System


   (4) If there is no free play between clevis
   pin and clevis, turn brake switch adjusting
   nut until the clearance between stopper and
   screw of brake switch becomes 0.3 mm
   (0.01 in).




                                                                                                  G1H0104


                                                        4) Check to see if air is in the hydraulic brake
                                                        line by the feel of pedal operation. If air appears
                                                        to exist in the line, bleed it from the system.
                                                        5) Check for even operation of all brakes, us-
                                                        ing a brake tester or by driving the vehicle for a
                                                        short distance on a straight road.
                                                        2. PARKING BRAKE SYSTEM
                                                        1) Operation of parking brake is normal if is ap-
                                                        plied at sixth notch of ratchet when brake lever
                                                        is pulled by force of about 196 N (20 kg, 44 lb).
                                                        Total number of the notches is 21.
                                                        Parking brake lever stroke:
                                                            7 to 8th notch/196 N (20 kg, 44 lb)
                                                        2) Parking brake should be adjusted after ad-
                                          B1H0029A
                                                        justing the shoe clearance of rear brakes.
                                                        3) Remove rear console cover.
                                                        4) Adjust parking brake lever by turning ad-
3) Check the pedal stroke.                              juster (double nut) until parking brake lever
While the engine is idling, depress the brake           stroke is set at 7 to 8 notches with operating
pedal with a 490 N (50 kg, 110 lb) load and             force of 196 N (20 kg, 44 lb).
measure the distance between the brake pedal
and steering wheel. With the brake pedal re-
leased, measure the distance between the
pedal and steering wheel again. The difference
between the two measurements must be less
than 95 mm (3.74 in). If the distance is more
than specified, there is a possibility air is in the
inside of the hydraulic unit.
Specified pedal stroke: A
   less than 95 mm (3.74 in)/
   490 N (50 kg, 110 lb)
                                                                                                 B1H0030B




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                          PERIODIC MAINTENANCE SERVICES                                    [G15B3]     1-5
                           15. Inspect Brake Lines and Check Operation of Parking and Service Brake System


3. BRAKE SERVO SYSTEM
1) With the engine off, depress the brake pedal
several times applying the same pedal force:
Make sure the travel distance should not
change.
2) With the brake pedal depressed, start the
engine: Make sure the pedal should move
slightly toward the floor.
3) With the brake pedal depressed, stop the
engine and keep the pedal depressed for 30
seconds: Make sure the pedal height should
not change.
4) Check valve is built into vacuum hose. Dis-
connect vacuum hose to inspect functn of
check valve.
Blow air into vacuum hose from its brake boost-
er side end: Air must flow out of engine side end
of hose. Next blow air into hose from engine
side: Air should not flow out of hose.
Replace both check valve and vacuum hose if
check valve is faulty. Engine side of vacuum
hose is indicated by marking "ENGINE" as
shown.




                                         G1H0106


5) Check vacuum hose for cracks or other
damage.
NOTE:
When installing the vacuum hose on the engine
and brake booster, do not use soapy water or
lubricating oil on their connections.
6) Check vacuum hose to make sure it is tight
and secure.




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