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In my 1986 alfa romeo spider, i was takeing apart the clutch pivot shaft and i noticed that their is break fluid in my break booster, is this common? i thought it was suppost to be dry. the breaks work fine i am just being careful, also my Pedal Lock Pin is shot... and international auto dose not have it or the bushing in stock. dose anyone have any idea where i can get my hands on these items at?
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thank you, so the brake master cylender dose need to be replaced or is their a cheap repair. thanks alot for your help!
 

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You can usually rebuild them - replace all the rubber seals & cups. It must be done right, though. A car that won't start is an inconvenience. A car that won't stop is dangerous!

While not exactly the same master cylinder as your '86 Spider, here's a write-up with photos of the basic concept: link to MC rebuild article
 
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