Ford bantam

Asked by GuruPLW6J Jan 20, 2020 at 01:26 AM about the Ford Bantam

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am battling with a Ford bantam 2011 1300xl.
Above the back axel there's a pump or cylinder
thing. It is leaking I have a photo is done one could
help. To me it looks like a pin is missing

3 Answers


That is the rear brake load valve. It vearies the brake fluid pressure on braking to the rear brakes depending on the weight of the rear body. The lighter the load, the less fluid pressure at the rear brakes. The heavier the load the more brake fluid pressure to the rear brakes.

Thank you I have come right and know my problem a friend mechanic got back to me thank you very much.


Hi , I have the same problem .Please could you give me some advice on how I can replace this. I am a bit strapped for cash at the moment so I'm trying to do this by myself if possible. I replaced the brake equalizer on my golf a few years ago , but this seems a bit more complicated . Any advice would be much appreciated ..

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