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Does that go in the proportioning block(ie:disc/drum/ disc/disc valve area)? Or for some that is for there "custom" systems?
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It goes in the proportioning valve where the indicator light goes. It keep the proprotioning valve from tripping when bleeding the brakes. I'd hate to count the times I had to reset my valve which requires disconnecting the rear brake line and starting over.
 

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Do you know if this gets triped when you are pushing the front piston back into the caliper when replacing padds? :confused:
 

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Never had that problem. But I use a vacum bleader now and then pressure bleed out the rest till clean. Let sit couple days then re-check for leaks and clean and free of air. I probally run a full quart through a new system. I'll have to check into that valve tool cause it's always hard to get a dry system wet to the rear end, such a long line! Also we use only dot 5.
Thank for your posting on the tool!
 

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question , what would the results be or systems in your braking if you were unaware of this problem ?
 

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I have done complete brake jobs for over 20 years and never had a problem and I have not used this tool.
 

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just wondering , cuz i havent had any problems ------ that i know of.

thats why i asked what would happen if this tool is not used and the switch not reset.


any one got any comments ?
 
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