View single post by Sander
 Posted: 07-07-2012 11:18 pm
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Joined: 03-15-2005
Location: Peachtree Corners, Georgia USA
Posts: 71
Sorry that I'm not answering your question but I have some advice.  You might want to remove the electrical "switch", and then drill, tap and plug it.  I personally don't need a light to come on to know I have a leak.  The pedal sinking to the floor lets me know I have an issue.  Also, by putting in a plug you're separating and creating two separate brake systems ... front and rear.  If you loose a front brake line you'll still have rear brakes .... and visa versa.  And, no more leaks at the electric switch!  I've done this on all five of my cars.