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2007 x-type rear passenger brakes have very little flow

How do i solve this problem of haveing very little flow at the rear passenger side caliper

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  • quadeer1870 Oct 06, 2008

    cheers mate il try that

  • quadeer1870 Oct 06, 2008

    does this car have a brake compensator valve and if so where is it located

  • quadeer1870 Oct 06, 2008

    where is the brake compensater valve on this car



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You need to replace the caliper and bleed the lines making sure there is no air in them this will fix it

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  • Erick Beckwith Oct 06, 2008

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