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    SHELL ASSEMBLIES OF THE BOOSTER MAY SEPARATE AND FAIL TO TRANSMIT NECESSARY FORCES TO MASTER CYLINDERS. THIS PROBLEM IS DUE TO INSUFFICIENT CRIMPING OF SHELL MEMBERS TO RESIST SHOCK AND VIBRATION IN SERVICE. A SEPARATE DEFECT EXISTS IN POWER BOOSTERS ASSEMBLED WITH MASTER CYLINDERS. THESE ASSEMBLIES MAY NOT HAVE THE CORRECT MASTER CYLINDER ATTACHED. THE MASTER CYLINDER MAY NOT TRANSMIT FORCES FROM THE BRAKE PEDAL TO THE REAR BRAKE SYSTEM. THE TWO DEFECTS ARE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE; THERE ARE NO POWER BRAKE BOOSTERS WITH INADEQUATE CRIMPS THAT ALSO HAVE THE INCORRECT MASTER CYLINDER ATTACHED.

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    THE CATALOG OF THE AFTERMARKET SUPPLIER, PUBLISHED IN OCTOBER 1982, USES A SINGLE PART NUMBER FOR MASTER CYLINDER NUMBERS 61-1244 AND 61-1181. THIS COULD RESULT IN A VEHICLE MISAPPLICATION OF THE PART, LEADING TO A FAILURE OF THE HOOD TO FULLY CLOSE OR TO AN INCORRECT CYLINDER STROKE CAUSING CONTINUOUS APPLICATION OF THE FRONT BRAKES. THERE IS ALSO A POSSIBILITY THAT IF THE PRIMARY BRAKES FAIL, THE STROKE IN THE MASTER CYLINDER MAY BE INADEQUATE TO OPERATE THE SECONDARY BRAKES.