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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's pretty simple. The front line from the mastercylinder should go into a tee, then from the tee to each front wheel. The rear the same way. No proportioning valve is needed with 4-wheel discs.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
ok there is two ways too do this the right way is get the firing order for the car . there should be timing marks on the front of the engine above the crank pully and a mark on the pully turn the crank over tapping the ign. switch until the mark lines up with the 0 then remove the distributor cap mark the cap with something were the rotor is pointing that is #1 going clockwise in the firing order will staiten you out. if you didnt understand what I was talking about I would recomend a going too a shop next time you need a tune up instead of doing it youself
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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