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Brakes every thing is fine on this truck.meaning mastercylider lines calipers exc.but can't seem to get fluid to come out the rear. I found no proportioner valve but can,t seem to get fluid to the rear

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    mike watson Aug 20, 2008

    yes it has the load sensing valve,but Ido belive I'm going to get another master cylender and replace it.I tried to bypass the load vavle but still had the same out come.I'll keep you posted.

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    mike watson Aug 21, 2008

    I really apritiate the help but I have fixxed the truck but I still don't know how to get rid of this post.can you help?



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Does it have a load sensing valve above diff?

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