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    sticking line lock

    hi wonder if anyone might have an idea what my problem is ,I have an electric line loc,its plumbed in and wired to a switch with a red light ,it works well and ive run it for years now but I always did static burnouts,when I press the brake then pull the switch then foot off brake the front wheel brakes are locked on as should be ,but when I press the switch off my brakes stay locked on until I pump my brake pedal 2 or 3 times then it releases ,its a bit of a pain when I want to do a rollin burnout,any ideas?

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    Solenoid is sticking on.
    You can strip them down and clean them easily enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpopracing View Post
    Solenoid is sticking on.
    You can strip them down and clean them easily enough.
    will take a look at that then,many thanks . rob.

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    This can happen if it is plumbed in the wrong way round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavychevy View Post
    This can happen if it is plumbed in the wrong way round.
    hats off to that man ,it turns out it had been plumbed in upside down ,turned it round and its mint now,cheers.

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