The bore always gets pitted in these.
Maybe a place that re-sleeves brake cylinders
(Apple Hydraulics or White Post Restorations?)
could re-build it, but it would not be cheap.
Here is what I did a long time ago:
Unscrew the plastic connector socket, and
find a metal plug with the same thread.
Plug it up, with a copper washer as a seal.
Obviously the switch will no longer perform
its intended function, but you won't
be missing much. All the PDWA would ever do
is light up a dashboard light AFTER you
have been scared half to death by the brake
pedal going to the floor without the car
--- Jim Baustian <email@example.com> wrote:
> This safety device in the braking systems of our
> Spitfire and the GT6 is a
> real problem in both applications. Primarily leaks
> that destroy paint. Are
> ther any "fixes" available?
> Jim Baustian