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Old 08-24-2006, 11:38 AM   #1
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wasnt sure were to put this... move as you please mods

alright.. i had to replace my proportion valve for the rear brakes and i was wondering if they are directional.. if so does anybody knwo which way it would have to go..

yeah i got it all squared away.. forgot about this post.. but i just put it on.. it works. so id say it either isnt directional or i got it right the first time lol..frigin thing cost me $44 bc i had to get it at the dealership..
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First thought would be to replace in the same manner that the current one sits on teh vehicle. However... I haven't looked at one to see if there'* any visibile way to tell the orientation.

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give me a few minutes i can dig up my old post i had about my brake problem, i have a Pic of it in there....
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cool found it

Heres the link, it has the Pic in it...


http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=56175
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