Question about 2000 Ford Ranger SuperCab
It is called a splitter block. But it is more likely to be a bad line going into the block. Check to see if and of the lines going into the block are rusty and start with that line. Clean it off as good as you can and have someone press the brake pedal while you look to see exactly where the fluid is leaking from. If one of the lines is leaking, its best to replace all of them as another one will be leaking soon. If it is in fact the splitter block, it will be a dealer item only. Good luck.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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