Rear brake valve (91 200 20V Avant)
libenaudi at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 22 14:27:22 EST 2006
Yes, i can remove the other line coming into the valve, but i still dont see how the valve (443.614.151 E) is attached to the rear frame. looks to be welded on, unless it just slides out? this line is rusted in pretty good, and looks like the only way to remove it would be to put it (443.614.151 E) on a bench vice and then try.
"John S. Lagnese" <jlagnese at massed.net> wrote:
The line in from the MC is able to be loosened? If so, cut the line to the
paeenger side and replace both. If one side is done the other can't be too
----- Original Message -----
From: "Audi Quattro"
To: "QUATTRO LIST" <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2006 1:00 PM
Subject: Rear brake valve (91 200 20V Avant)
> Had the metal brake line hose pop (rusted through) near the drivers side
> One piece comes from a union, and the other goes into the rear
(proportioning valve? # 443.614.151 E (dont have ETKA handy) I cannot get
the line unscrewed from this valve. Valve has only two connections, one on
the pass side and one toward the drivers side. Its the end, thats on the
passenger side that is rusted stuck. tried soaking in penetrating fluid, and
still nothing. How can i remove this proportioning vavle so I can bench it
and unscrew line? doesnt really look like it removes easily.
> any ideas?
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