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  1. Dude inappropriate, if you have nothing productive to say keep it to your self. I am looking for car repair tips not grammar mistakes , you can keep those if you find any. You last sentence makes no sense as well , even a immigrant like me sees that.
  2. Hose looks ok but I think you are right and it's the cause, any write up here how to replace the hose build yourself or a fitting part, I got it out finally but don't find anything like it online. But the make your own banjo parts. You talk about this one right ?
  3. Thanks all together - great help, But falls alarm from me... What actually happens and I can't even believe still works to break the car. After looking again wondering why I loose brake fluit I discovered that the link between the master and pump/motor assembly. Is just sitting on each other spraieng a light mist of break fluid 😱 No wonder the pump keeps working. Looking at the supposed connection it feels like there is a part missing !? Could someone post a picture how the link suppose to look, this really puzzles me. No question my t/c is grounded for now. Any fix for this? I can separate the two with my finger, don't think anything is holding them together nor do the parts seam to match.
  4. OK I guess I order one, Which one should I go for? https://www.ebay.com/itm/254627944956 Or https://www.ebay.com/itm/233659834561 And BTW if the fuse melts is it for sure the accumulator?
  5. Nevermind, only one for 60 $ with more damage left it looks. https://www.ebay.com/itm/164249921200
  6. In case you need a trolley. I got mine in today and it's perfect, only light scratches that a can of paint can fix. But I will just use it as is, its just a storage cart. https://www.ebay.com/itm/162124608022
  7. Dear New Friends, Has any one tried to increase the diameter of the wire for the abs pump to allow for the constant draw from the pump to keep the vacuum up to spec ? In order to avoid the common melted fuse box situation. Since it appears to me that the T/C breaks as needed, with a weak accumulator, and the real issue seams to be a wiring that did not account for a constant draw from the pump in order to do so. I am asking since i think the price for a new accumulator is ridiculous compared to a few $$$ for some wire. Let me know you thought, of course i discovered that half the fuse was melted a way and some of the fuse box on my new T/C About my self i am a new driver 50 miles on Black V 6 at 101566 miles on the Eastern Shore.
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