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What where? I need a diagram of the proportioning valve block
#1
Does someone have a label with what holes the lines come in from the master cylinder and what holes are for the right, left and rear of the car. thanks. Or feel free to tell me on this pic attached. Thanks


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Top is Master cylinder toward fire wall. Next line facing the front is the Front Left wheel, then the switch and then the Master cylinder toward the front of the car. Other side is Front right and bottom one is to the rear to the splitter at the rearend.
   

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wow, mark that pic looks way different from my settup. Maybe the manual and power brakes are setup differently? My prop block mounts horizontal with the sensor connector pointing toward the hood.
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matrixx;122231 Wrote:wow, mark that pic looks way different from my settup. Maybe the manual and power brakes are setup differently? My prop block mounts horizontal with the sensor connector pointing toward the hood.

That was the way it came off my 73 with power brakes.

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I have manual brakes, maybe it's different for each.
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#6
yes the manual brakes are different, however the manual brakes had a different smaller prop valve the picture in the first post looks like the power disc brakes prop valve not the manual brakes version.

there are 3 different ones if i remember
1) manual Drum brakes front and rear.
2)manual front disc front and drum rear
3) power front disc and drum rear.

the 3 prop valves from what i remember are all different shapes.

have to see if i can find my diagram manual that shows them.
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#7
71 -3 mustangs had
manual drum brakes front and rear
OR
power front disc and drum rear


They did not have
manual front disc front and drum rear
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i thought the Granada was optioned with manual front disc brakes?
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#9
My 73 is configured the same way as Mark's.
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72HCODE;122286 Wrote:i thought the Granada was optioned with manual front disc brakes?

Huh

I thought you were talking about Mustang's

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