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> Lancer 1993 Glxi Break - Rear Brakes Load Régulator, Load Sensing proportional valve (LSPV) - broken câble
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post Oct 27 2013, 03:23 PM
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Hello,

I need some professional help !

The cable connected to the load sensing proportional valve broke again (see below and attachement image file).

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This is the 3rd time I have to replace the part (used part) and it starts to be expensive !

Is it absolutely necessary that it is a cable that connects the levers together ?
Can we not connect the pieces by welding a thin rod of stronger steel ?

Is the cable length important (about 50 mm) and where the joint attaches to the bar parallel to the axle too ?

Thank you for your support (IMG:style_emoticons/default/liebe011.gif)

Best regards.

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A rod will break also, and it needs the cable , also with the proper tension. Breaking can be a cause of a related issue that is over stressing the cable and prop system. Stiff and binding suspension components. Bad rear struts causing too much rear suspension jounce . seized LSPV valve , over tension on the cable
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