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Re: Twingo C01 drum brakes proportioning valve
I dont think that it's the lip. When i adjusted the brakes, if i turned adjuster a bit more, the drum wouldn't turn on it's own and the brakes would heat up after driving. Like when the hand brake is lifted. I doubt this is friction from the lip to the shoes.
I still dont understand, the only place this regulator can be located if i'm correct is on the rear axle? between the bridge and chasis?
And still the question is how is force distributed if there is no regulator?
Is it common for cylinders to sieze up?
Currently in msegvic's garage:
2002 Megane I 1.9dCi