That is very interesting. I have never heard of anything like that before. But, too bad that is not my problem. The first sttempt at bleeding was done with the vehicle setting on the ground. When I jacked it up, it was with my floor jack under the pumpkin.
I think I have narrowed it down to, what I think is, the ABS valve unit that is mounted to the inside of the frame almost directly under the master cylinder.
But I don't know how that thing works. I have a 77Bronco that I know from one end to the other. It has a proportioning valve on it to control flow to the front and rear, but I think that this Exploder has it built into the master cylinder. Although I could be very wrong. A friend told me that the ABS unit was mounted on the rear end where the brake line comes from the front and tees out to the wheels. He was wrong. All that is there was a brass tee (or Y).
Does anyone know exactly what that unit is that is mounted to the frame? Is it ABS or is it a PRO valve? Whatever it is, how can I get fluid through it to the rears?
Sunday, February 4th, 2007 AT 3:44 PM