I recently purchased two rear wheel cylinders for my 1998 Honda Civic DX. The parts are Beck/Arnley 0728645 and Beck/Arnley 0728644. Part 0728645 is for the rear right and 0728644 is for the rear left. Several months ago I installed the wheel cylinders; but installed them on the wrong sides of the car. I put 0728645 on the rear left and 0728644 on the rear right. Those are the wrong sides.
Is it now okay to switch the wheel cylinders? The boots are not leaking brake fluid and each overall appears in good shape.
Both wheel cylinders fit on the wrong side. So what’s the point of labeling or designing one for a particular side?