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|Comment||WOW- should call you the flash for your lightning fast response. Thanks Roland, never thought of opening a line at the port to find which wheel (brake) it actuates. I knew it split, which I like, but didn't know how or where. My Sundance, I thought, splits at the metering valve (box) just below the master cylinder. Since I couldn't find anything like a metering valve and since it has 4 lines at the master and proportioning valves in line I was at a loss. You cleared it up quite a bit. Although I think, and I would have to recheck, my master on the Stratus has the one front line heading down to the left (drivers) side wheel. This is the only line I can trace, the rest disappear behind the engine and route under the dash. So my model may be flipped from your manual. Thanks again!|
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