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Have a 1991 dodge dakota, have replaced everything , still cant get brakes to work.

Replaced master cylinder , two front calipers ,two rear wheel cylinders, brake lines, brake booster , everything , still cant get to work after bleeding them

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How about the rubber flex hoses restricted

In the rear you have an abs hcu you can throw way
& bypass,then unplug the controller up under the dash
on the passenger side

Also the rear brake cables won't work for rust,they have to go also

I had a 1992 Dakota for 18 years

Leave the wire off the proportioning valve as the vehicle is wired wrong & if your bleeding it ,it will melt down the wires in the ignition switch (been there) Vehicle is not the same as the factory wiring diagrams

Posted on Mar 27, 2014

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