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If you’re like me and had your valve block in and out a few times chasing leaks, this might help.

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A mountain bike shock pump on an emergency inflation schrader valve with a bit of 6mm air pipe.
With the valve block in the car I was able to identify the leaking solenoid. When I replaced the oring I was then able to test. I found that it was good but when I put the solenoid back on the valve the proxy thing leaked again. Took me three attempts to get it right. I also had two very very slight leaks on the airline orings too. Testing this way is super easy and quick and best of all can be done with the block in situ.
 

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That's the same method I use to check them. Pressurise to about 150 psi and make sure it doesn't drop. If it holds pressure, the jobs a good un.
 

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That's brilliant. Hopefully this will help me to finally eliminate all the leaks.
 
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