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!987 Pace Arrow 34L Brake Sean 8-3-02  
Can someone please tell me how to access the brake fluid resevoir on this unit. I have looked at the diagram but cannot seem to locate the resevoir.
Re: !987 Pace Arrow 34L Brake Angel Perez 3-23-04  
POr favor necesito una dirección de reambios de smc pace arrow 34L para preguntar por el precio de un crital delantero parabrisas, el de la derecha ya que son dos en este modelo.

Muchas Gracias.
Re: !987 Pace Arrow 34L Brake larry 8-4-02  
I have a 1993 Pace Arrow 33L model motorhome, my brake master cylinder is under the floorboard where you rest your feet. If you look under the floorboard you will see a skirt that conceals your engine, if you look at the top of the skirt you will see a opening that is to check your brake fluid.... hope this helps. Larry
Re: !987 Pace Arrow 34L Brake Angel Perez 3-23-04  
POr favor necesito una dirección de reambios de smc pace arrow 34L para preguntar por el precio de un crital delantero parabrisas, el de la derecha ya que son dos en este modelo.

Muchas Gracias.
Re: !987 Pace Arrow 34L Brake Jim 8-7-02  
Such FUN! I had the same trouble finding mine on my 1990 Pace Arrow! After finding it to the left of the engine (when looking down through the inside hatch) I then just about broke my arm and figers off trying to open and close it! AFter that I happened to find that there is a very small opening in the driver side wheel well just for getting to it. Should be easier next time... not much though! ;-)
Re: !987 Pace Arrow 34L Brake Bill Hamlin 8-11-02  
I know exactly where it is. Getting to it is anoher thing. Grab a small mirror and a good flashlight and crawl up over the top of your left front wheel. Locate the brake pedal linkage and follow it back to the master cylinder. It may help to turn your front wheels one way or the other depending on your particular unit.
Enjoy!!!:)
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