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Volkswagon polo brake load sensing valve is seized how do i locate & fix the problem

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Volkswagen polo rear brake load sensing valve linkage has seized!!!
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The valve is under the n/s/r of vehicle in front of the rear cross beam , you will have to jack up the vehicle and use axle stands , try oiling the pivot on the valve and at the same time work it with a pipe wrench , they will un sieze just work at it

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