I seriously doubt your spongy pedal is due to a problem with the
proportioning valve. If you haven't replaced all the flex hoses recently, I
would replace them with stainless braided hoses. They have become much more
cost effective in recent years, and the increase in pedal feel is
remarkable. If that doesn't solve the problem, then you have to start
looking at the master cylinder and calipers.
On Oct 15, 2016 08:14, "Steven Arguello" <stevenargue...@gmail.com> wrote:
> In the ’90’s I had a Volvo 740 piece of crap that I loved, mostly because
> of the brakes and the pedal feel. I’ve bled the brakes on the GTi so many
> times that the fluid is brand-new clear now. And it still feels a little
> spongy. I have it in my head that it’s due to the proportioning valve on
> the rear axle. I freed and cleaned it up, but I can’t really test if it’s
> working correctly. So I want to bypass it using female/ female couplers. It
> might or might not make the pedal feel better, but it should make it easier
> for the rears to lock up. I’ll fix that with a proportioning valve.
> And lastly I’d change out the hoses.
> Any thoughts?
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