It's a safety valve as well... push a lot of brake
fluid through one circuit and the "shuttlecock" shuts
it off. you hten have to open a bleeder on hte other
circuit, and push enough pressure to "re-centralize"
the plunger. there is a distinct "click" upon
'70 GT6+ KC81718 (got my diff back Friday!!!)
'62 Lotus 7 SB1135
--- fogbro1 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Is the PDWA just a switch used to indicate loss of
> pressure to either
> the front or rear braking system, or, as I've been
> told, also a valve
> which shuts off or limits flow to the offending
> Ed Woods
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