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ABS SVS Seals - LAND ROVER CLUB V.I.

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Damn, I definitely put mine in the wrong place. Looks like you were right about the thing with purple o rings. I must've pulled out the shuttle valve and the sleeve that encases it. That's why I couldn't find my old seals. Good work though.

Falconworks was wrong I guess, that is the location of the shuttle valves.

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Damn, I definitely put mine in the wrong place. Looks like you were right about the thing with purple o rings. I must've pulled out the shuttle valve and the sleeve that encases it. That's why I couldn't find my old seals. Good work though.

Falconworks was wrong I guess, that is the location of the shuttle valves.
Im sure there was miscommunication. The two center hex caps are absolutely nothing it's just a hex cap with a hole to a blank in the body. Check ur email!

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This link is dead. It now points to LandRoverUSA.com, which isn't helpful. I'm about to do the shuttle valve seal replacement and sure would like to know what I'm up against.

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Thank you for the reply, but this shows you how to replace the shuttle valve switch assembly, not the shuttle valve seals (which leak and cause the switches to fail). I have, however, found where the Land Rover Club V.I. site has gone to, and located the section on replacing the seals. It is located here:

ABS SVS Seals - LAND ROVER CLUB V.I.
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