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The one on the Left, is the Hill Holder's Check Valve that goes Under the Master Cylinder...

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...While the one on the Right, is the Proportioning Valve, that goes Hiding under the Body.

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This Proportioning Valve, Belongs to a Legacy

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This is its part Number:

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I shared the photo here for reference to the Shape only,

 

Because it looks equal to the one on the EA82.

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This is the Proportioning Valve from my EA82 "BumbleBeast" Subaru:
 

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This is a Photo of the actual part on my Subie, it is Hiding in the Rear undercarriage.

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The Hill Holder's Check Valve for the EA82...

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...has This Part Number: 

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25746GA161 Rewritten by Hand to make it Clear!   :)
 

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I Took a Look to his Parts Catalog and is very Very Beefy,

 

it Lists all the Parts for the Main Markets where Subaru Sold Different Versions,

 

of the EA82, in Example this Brakes' Page list options, available for Sweden only:


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Despite that the Hill Holder and the Check Valve works on my Subie, I didn't purchased those, because the Proportioning valve is alright, and there's an ancient proverb that says: "Do Not Fix what is not Damaged"

 

Now I believe that I will Erase the Hill Holder, because the one on my "BumbleBeast" is leaky.

 

I disconnected the Cable coming from the Clutch fork to prevent it from leaking and my Lazy solution has worked pretty well, no more Leaks... and I really do Not need the Hill Holder to Drive.

 

Kind Regards.

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I Purchased a Brand New Set of Rear Disc Brake Pads for my "BumbleBeast"


 


The Ones it have are Still Beefy but the Dealer Gave me a great Discount.  :D 


 


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Solved!

Finally, after Seeking a Solution for my Subie's Front Brakes and how to get Rid of the Horrid failing Front e-Brake System, which was the Cause of the Problems, I Found the Solution. :banana:

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Since I Didn't obtained a Legacy Calipers onto the EA82 Clamps, I Decided to Stay with the EA Calipers, so I First Tried to Renew them to the Almost Brand New Condition, and I Obtained This:

 

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Complete Set to Rebuild both Front Calipers.

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Finally, After Many Many Tries to make that Horrid e-Brake System to Properly Work once again, including almost all New Parts; the Sticky e-Brake Pistons Problem persisted... :horse:

So, I was Really Tired to Deal with That, Also the Worn e-Brake System leads to twist the mini O-Rings on the Back of the Caliper, making Brake Fluid Leaks... :banghead:

So I Decided to Totally get Rid of that Faulty e-Brake System and Make my Wagon Safer. :)

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So, This is How the Caliper Looks after the "Close the e-Brake Passages" Job was Done and was Freshly Painted.

 

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I Closed them Using a Round, almost Flat Bolt from the inside to the Outside, then Cutted it and Safely Welded the Entire Outside Area.

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I'm really Glad that finally I got Rid from the worn out Front e-Brake system.

 

The Brakes feels very Good & Strong now, somehow way better than Before.

 

Now, the plan is to retrofit some Rear e-Brake system that I've been planning.

 

Kind Regards.

Edited by Loyale 2.7 Turbo

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It is Done:banana: 

 

I Successfully retrofitted an Awesome Rear e-Brake (Parking Brake) system fom another non-Subaru car, with Awesome Results, you can see the Writeup on the Subject, plenty of Guides & Photos, following the web link below:

 

~► http://www.ultimatesubaru.org/forum/topic/129779-the-definitive-rear-e-brake-retrofit-solution/

 

Kind Regards.

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