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Thread: Mercedes 814d t2 ln1 Load Sensing Valve, How can I check if it's working?

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    On a motorhome, I'm not convinced that a load sensing valve makes any sense. It can never be running unloaded, unless you remove the structure.
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    load sensing valve is there to reduce pressure to the rear brakes on an unladen van, to stop the rear wheels locking up under heavy breaking. most motor homes seem to be running at near max weight even when "empty" so the valve does little or nothing in normal use so bound to seize up eventually.

    the redneck method of testing is to unload the van as far as possible , find a lonely road and do some emergency stops....if the back wheels dont slide its ok , if they lock up there may be a problem.

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