Bomb leakage vs brake servo
Mike Del Tergo
mdeltergo at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 10 18:10:56 EDT 2003
very hard to say. If the servo were to leak, it would be like a full milk
carton leaking, an overflow situation and very hard to measure the "drops".
(the fitting is on top of the servo) If the return line is "supposed" to
leak, a quick check will tell you it will leak until the hose is empty.
Since the hose end attaches to the resevoir well above the "full" line it
won't leak "continuously".
I'm a bit stumped.
>Well the servo was gonna be my suggestion. However I've never tested a bad
>one, so don't know what to tell you. How long a time did you observe the
>output of the servo? And is it possible it's leaking _so_ fast that it's
>"all over" by the time you test it?
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