How to reset proportioning valve?


If your break proportioning valve needs to be reset, brake fluid wont be able to get through to the brakes which can lead to a dangerous situation. To reset the brake proportioning valve, locate it near the rear brake line. The reset valve normally has a rubber cap and is an L-shaped metal valve. Press the reset button on the valve. Examine the brake pressure. If the pressure is restored to the brake line and your brakes are working normally, the reset button worked.
Q&A Related to "How to reset proportioning valve?"
1. Locate the brake proportioning valve near the rear brake line. It will have one or two buttons located on it. The reset button usually has a rubber cap on it. It is an "L&
Your '77 doesn't have a proportioning valve unless it was installed by a previous owner. It didn't come from the factory with one. The thing many people mistakenly call a proportioning
then I suggest you crack the bleeder screw and get the air out of the rear lines proportioning valves are factory set, you cannot adjust them. buy a new one if you are positive there
You should take it in to a mechanic.
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