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    LSPV part number

    My truck's LSPV is leaking. i need your help guys especially on the part number. it's a 1986 mitsubishi mighty max. it has a spring that acts on the valve's lever and hooked to the differential housing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miked50 View Post
    My truck's LSPV is leaking. i need your help guys especially on the part number. it's a 1986 mitsubishi mighty max. it has a spring that acts on the valve's lever and hooked to the differential housing.

    thanks
    seen these part nos over the net ...some russian site maybe:

    http://www.olimpia-auto.com.ua/price...er=89&dsc_gr=1

    MB618320
    MB500940
    MB587292

    are they correct?

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    You are talking about the adjustable brake bias correct? You can always remove it and put in an aftermarket one. Or just pull it from the system completely if necessary just to get it back on the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by camoit View Post
    You are talking about the adjustable brake bias correct? You can always remove it and put in an aftermarket one. Or just pull it from the system completely if necessary just to get it back on the road.
    something like that. some say it's a cheap version of the ABS. but what do you mean by just pulling it out? do you mean just put in a simpler kind of a proportioning valve? i think it's also a bypass valve aside from being a propotioning valve.

    its 55082A on the this diagram:http://www.neoriginal.ru/cat/mitsubi...RDFL6_35_2_310

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    You are talking about 55082A correct?
    Ya that is the proportioning valve. All it does is allow more pressure to the rears when you add in a bunch of weight in the rear. You can replace it with an adjustable one in the cab if you like. And what I meant by pulling it out is just that. Get rid if it, and put in a coupler. ABS is a hole different thing. Lots of the guys that lower there trucks just remove it completely.

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