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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Jan 20th, 09, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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Distirbution block/ brake light warning switch

I was wondering if reusing distribution block is Ok, it look's OK and it had no leaks. Can the brake warning part of it be checked. I just installed new power booster, master cylinder, distirbution block, lines and proportioning valve. The distribution block that was sent with kit has to large of a hole drilled for line to hook up in front (14mm). Its the line that runs from front of distribution block to proportioning valve front. I called the company and they said they knew of problem that the hole was drilled to big and was going to send me a new line but it would not look stock but it would work. Not sure what I'am going to get so I think I'am going to reuse. Anything I should check for ?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old Jan 20th, 09, 07:03 PM
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Re: Distirbution block/ brake light warning switch

If it doesn't leak at the switch, I'd use the old one. All it does is distribute - no proportioning. To test it, you could crack a bleeder either front or rear and stab the pedal. If your warning light comes on, it's all good!. Not sure how to reset the switch, though.


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Re: Distirbution block/ brake light warning switch

The swirtch will reset itself when proper pressures are restored.





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Re: Distirbution block/ brake light warning switch

Swirtch? Whirch swirtch?


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Re: Distirbution block/ brake light warning switch

If you want to keep the original look of the setup, and the ports don't leak, re-use the old one.
Clean up the terminal real good with some solvent and a fine wire brush.
You should be good to go.

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