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I have a 1991 Dodge Ram 150. I have excellent front brakes but very poor rear brakes. When I stop on slippery roads the front brakes come on solid and the rear tires still go around. I have adjusted the brakes, Bleed the brakes. There is no air in the system. I changed the brake proportionong valve, and the master cylinder. Can anyone help me with this problem. Thank you

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  • james Mar 03, 2009

    sorry thatanswer was for a different problem

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