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HELP !!!!!!!!!!!! proportioning valve

ok guys i need to know where it is and how to get out. im tired of my truck being broke


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isnt it inside the mastercylinder?
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no i replaced that yesterday and didnt fix my problem
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Mine is on my driver side frame rail just follow the rear brake line off the master cylinder
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read my post on TRS.
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is it built into the abs or someplace else im confused
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wtf are you talking about?
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that should be somewhere directly in front of your fuel filter. pretty sure its the rear ABS/proportioning valve unit.
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anyone know if that is right?
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go out to your truck and look. if it is connected to the brake lines and isnt the master clynder than im gona guess it is...
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Mine is on my diff. So I would look there to see if it is the same on yours
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if your talking about that little block on top of the diff...i don't think thats it. pretty sure thats just a tee off type thing.
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Mine is on my diff. So I would look there to see if it is the same on yours
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if your talking about that little block on top of the diff...i don't think thats it. pretty sure thats just a tee off type thing.
right thats just a t for the rear brakes. not the p valve
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The picture in post 11 is the RABS electro-hydraulic valve assembly. The 94 Ranger shop manual shows the proportioning valve as integral to the brake master cylinder.
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yea i figured that out when i just went out and looked at my truck. tomorrow the rear abs is getting by passed and im buying new front calipers. it should fix my problem
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Don't bypass. Go to AutoZone and buy one for $120.00 and fix your problem. I fought with mine for two weeks and finally gave up and replaced it.
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