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P38A Brake pipe connection

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by pete12345, Jul 5, 2020.

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    pete12345 Well-Known Member

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    does it matter what pipe goes where at the front end connection on the bulkhead for the rear brakes I forgot to check when taking them off cheers
     
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    wammers STILL BREATHING. Donater

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    It certainly does if you have traction control fitted.
     
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    I've taken a couple of pics hope it helps the two connection on the bulkhead as you look at them the one on the left goes to the bottom right port on the servo I think it's called that brake line runs across the back and to the nearside calliper
     

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    Help any ideas welcome
     
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    The one on the left in the pic goes to drivers rear the other to passenger rear, unless you have managed to cross them somewhere along the way, you could if you need to check undo one of the new pipes out of the old connectors and plug it then see which side you can bleed properly.
     
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    Cheers Brian I found an old thread covered by wammers an grrrrr so managed to sort it
     
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    i pm you couple of times Brian to sort out paying postage and the price of them pipes you made up
     
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