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Since your vehicle does not have abs brakes the first is to have a towel under the brake lines that goes to the master cylinder to catch any brake fluid when the lines are loosened . then remove the 2 nuts that the master is attached to the power booster and then remove the cylinder assy.
You may have to transfer the reseroir from the old to new so a vice is necessary to hold the master to get the reservoir off.
place the new cylinder in the vice and install the reservoir. now is the time to clean the reservoir up of any gunk inside the tank before installation . usually the cylinder comes with a bleed kit where fittings and plastic lines . you must bench bleed the master to make life alot easier. the lines go in the tank with new fluid in the tank and you push the piston in and out to get all the air out . once that is done then installation of the cyilinder and bleeding of the calipers is needed. 2 man job . one to pump and hold the brakes and the other open and close the bleeders.
here is a movie link of bench bleeding the master
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