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02-01-2006 04:03 PM
upthcreek feels like it may still have some air in the lines- 1st pump of petal is soft ,second is ok-wait a few minutes and try again and same result- it's a double chamber master w/ 7" booster- sound like air to you??
02-01-2006 11:41 AM
302 Z28 What about it is not acting right?

02-01-2006 11:26 AM
upthcreek Thanks, thought I was right but wanted to be sure before I started back at square one- Thanks again
02-01-2006 08:26 AM
Moon Hi. Arrow points toward wheel cyl. As far as brake problems go there is a ton of info in the knowledge base.

02-01-2006 07:10 AM
Help installing residual valves

when installing resid. valves that have a directional arrow is it correct to have it pointing toward the wheel cyl or the master cyl? have it pointing toward the wheels but not acting right

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