The ssi from Gene the original poster. Jason Thanks again for the new reply and the response time. I still need to do what you suggested in your first response, which prompted me to give you more information on the possible problems or additional problems.
I checked for wires to the M/C and their was a group attached to the middle of the cap. Also I had mentioned before that I had checked the levels and the large resevoir was above min, so I added some fluiid.
This is a two seperate resevoir system and the small one did not have any min. - Max. Indicators but was below a line similar to one on the big resevior, so I added some to it also.
Additionally there is 2 wires connected to the large resevoir cap that has what looks like two seperate in line fuse holders. I couldn't get them loose because of the way it is closed. I traced one of them to what looks like a resistor block mounted on the base of the coil, or it might be a ground.
There is a slew of brake lines and under the larger resevior is a housing that looks like it could hold a plunger or valve.
The floats in the resevoirs are just free floating with nothing attached to them. I assume when the brake pedal is pressed the floats rise up to perform a function that I don't know.
THANKS AGAIN! MEERY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008 AT 3:04 PM