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brake load sensing valve
I am helping a friend to repair the rather rusty braking system on his 95' punto 1.2-75 hp. I've got some problems with faulty brake load sensing valves. All the mechanical parts that "connect the valve" to the moving rear axel is "gone" - taken by the rust. Can someone help? I need to know how it should be. An exploded view, pictures or similar would help a lot. I am located in Norway. Not too much help to get here from the local Fiat dealer. Fiat is not very common over here....
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Re: brake load sensing valve
Usually when things like these seize, all they need is a few good whacks with a hammer, some releasing fluid (WD40 etc) and a bit of patience to get everything moving again.
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