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What is a full load depression switch and where is it located at

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Has this car got ride level suspension? and/or mineral oil power boost braking system. if so I think the part you are looking for will be found on the valve block. or brake power boost actuator. if its got the teves brake it will be on brake master cylinder I think.

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