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Old 10-29-2012, 06:13 AM
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leaky proportioning valve

I have a combinationvalve from pirate jack that has been leaky from the metering end. Is this something that just needs tightening or is it an adjustment. It is under the little rubber cover. Thanks brake gururs

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I have a combinationvalve from pirate jack that has been leaky from the metering end. Is this something that just needs tightening or is it an adjustment. It is under the little rubber cover. Thanks brake gururs
Unless the threads were damaged or incorrectly made, you should be able to simply snug it down.

BTW, the combo valve shown is from a late model Impala SS. From the page: Brake Valve Mod, the valve on the end w/the rubber cap does the metering function. The other end does the proportioning function.

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