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I have a 96 geo tracker. there is a brake valve on the rear axel that has a plunger in it and lines that go to each wheel. What is it called. Mine is leaking

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That is the brake proportioning valve (non ABS car)
it increase rear braking with more load (car squats and valve opens more)
there is a 2 door size and 4 door, suzuki sells both.
GM , im not sure, ask them.

the stock part is $260 bucks. at suz.

i see no rebuilds, but only checked at rockauto and cardone.
there is a hard to find parts page. here but no valve
we'd love to find that.... been looking for 5 years

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Rear brake cylinder...

The seals are leaking perhaps because the brake linings ar too thin. The brake piston in the cylinder has to expand to the edge and will cause the leaks...

If you replace the brake shoes, the problem may resolve itself.

Hope this helps!

Posted on Sep 09, 2009


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