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88 Rear brake "T" valve by 06GTO
Started on: 03-30-2018 02:12 PM
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Last post by: Patrick on 03-30-2018 04:47 PM
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Seems like spring has finally arrived and redoing the brake lines on my 88 coupe build.

Looking for a new "T" valve for the rear brakes (located on the passenger side). Anyone know the name and/or part number of this thing? Pretty rough looking and I'd like to replace it, but I'm not even sure what it's called.

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It's just a junction block, used on all Fieros.
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Brake proportioning valve located near the master cylinder? or something else?

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Originally posted by olejoedad:

It's just a junction block, used on all Fieros.


Any idea on where to get a new one? Part Number?
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Originally posted by 06GTO:

Looking for a new "T" valve for the rear brakes (located on the passenger side). Pretty rough looking and I'd like to replace it...


I know the "T" you're referring to, hidden away in the passenger side rear wheel well. As previously posted, it's not a valve, it's just a junction.

I forget, isn't it made of brass? If so, it won't be corroded... just dirty. I'd be more concerned about the brake lines that are attached to it.
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