|Package Contents||ABS Hydraulic Unit|
|Product Packing Weight||3.68 lbs|
thanks guys so just run lines to the master and bybass computer easy as pie will let you know how it goes?Yo SGT,
Fluid Control Valve, Brake Master Cylinder
The brake master cylinder fluid control valve (2C161) regulates the hydraulic pressure in the rear brake system. It is located on the brake master cylinder (2140) and is screwed into the rearmost outlet port. When the brake pedal (2455) is applied, the full brake fluid pressure passes through the brake master cylinder fluid control valve to the rear brake system until the valve's split point is reached. Above its split point, the brake master cylinder fluid control valve begins to reduce the hydraulic pressure to the rear brakes, creating a balanced braking condition between the front and rear wheels (1007) to minimize rear wheel lockup during hard braking.
In case of the front brake system malfunction, the brake master cylinder fluid control valve has a bypass feature which allows full hydraulic pressure to the rear brake system.
Source: by Ford
I had an ABS light on my ‘96 EB Bronco and suspected the ABS pump assembly. I cross referenced it and ordered a used one on EBay from a Ford Explorer. It was an exact replacement update for my Bronco, was easy to install, immediately fixed the ABS problem, and the ABS light.i need a hydro abs unit that is no longer available has anyone done a explorer unit conversion ?