Average life span of master Cylinders? - Ford Mustang Forum

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Average life span of master Cylinders?

Just wondering what the average life span of a Mustang V6 brake master cylinder might be? I know symptoms of mushy pedal when master cylinder starts to fail, and the danger of pushing the pedal all the way to floor when bleeding. I read a link on importance of flushing the brake fluid which might not have ever been done on this car 150,000 miles.

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MC's mostly die from corrosion. Corrosion is caused by water. If you flush the system every once in a while, the MC will last almost forever.

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