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In my L300 (van) I have almost no pressure to rear brakes. Have replaced master cylinder, apportioning valves, brake cylinders, shoes... lines look fine. Bled them to death. Can't understand whats going on... Any ideas?

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Load sensing valve link between rear axle and body is out of adjustment. best way to fix is adjust in direction of downward body movement causes valve to open more. a 12mm spanner is all you need.

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