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|Comment||Thanks Roland and as always, thanks for the quick and honest response. If the proportioning valve is the problem I can't fix it as the spring and arm mechanism literally rusted and fell off two or three years ago ( I live in the upper Midwest/ Great Lakes region). The brake light was on for awhile because of a leak at the proportioning valve which by the way is replaceable, and it turned off when I by passed it with the new line. However, the rest of the system is long long gone. Also, I have been told by a parts guy that a lot of people bypass the valve as I did. He never told me, however, if they have any luck.|
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