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Old 08-11-2002, 12:09 PM
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ok, Heres more on the problem. The pedal is squishy and puts up some resistance, (probably just the springs) but still goes strait too the floor.
We decided to see how much pressure is coming out of it. So we took the line off the porportioning valve (the line coming from the mastery cyl. not the one coming out of the valve). The only pressure we got, we could stop with our finger. Some fluid comes out of the bleeders,(a drop) then nothing happens. With all the other bleeding we did, we might have even bled all the air out of the system. But there just isnt enough fluid moving to engage any of the brakes. There isnt any leaks that we know of, so... one thing that puzzles us is that its dual cylinder-master. so we thought that, even if one of the circuits isnt working, the other would. I thought that was the whole idea behind a dual cylinder design? i checked the castings, and they look fine. its like everything is right, it just doesnt work...
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