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    Lspv leaking, considering ditching it...

    The lspv on my 88 ram 50 2wd sprung a small leak. Now i have to pump the pedal to the floor a couple times before any pressure builds up. I tried tightening the fittings but got nothin (starting to consider MC replacent as well) Havent had time to see exactly where the leak is but when i do i want to try to adjust it to the "factory" setting to see what/if anything changes. Does anyone have the measurements for the adjustment?

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    Found the leak. It was coming from the boot under the lever which controls the piston inside the lspv. The plunger was crooked in the boot and the boot retainer was off. Took the entire thing apart and reassembled now going to re bleed the brakes and see if it continues to leak. I need to reset the spring adjustment now if anyone has a FSM and would care to share the info on adjusting it. Thanks

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    Sweet thank you much!

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