i have a Pontiac grand am 2002 se and i just changed my brakes and the brake lines have 2 washers on them
How do i replace brake lines on a 2000 grand am
Front brake lines, 3/16". Front to rear, 1/4". Rear, 3/16".
The easy way to do this is remove the whole front end. Roll yours out roll the new one in. Swapping not factory installs usually run in to changing this or that or running to the auto parts store or the junkyard. If you change the whole front clip everything is there no need to disconnect anything but brake lines e brake cable and fuel lines. It may sound like a lot of work but it is really easy and a lot less work. Maybe a lot cheaper on your bank account.
Brake lines and/or clutch line depending on vehicle. For brakes, the front brake lines usually attach to the frontmost connection, and the rear brake lines attach to the rearmost connection. Also of note, the front brakes typically connect to the largest of the two master cylinder reservoirs (normally the front one).
A shop in your area should be able to help. If not I could send pics.
It sounds like you have air in your brake lines. It sounds like you have air in your brake lines.
Under the hood, front driver's side of the engine compartment. Follow the brake lines from the master cylinder they lead to the ABS.
3/16 for 1999-2005.....
To connect it its by the brake lines from the brake ooster on connected on the wheel weel
If you are talking about the steel brake lines, most likely the rear lines, then replace both from front to back.
5/16 metal, 3/8 hose (most likely)-but get the ones you need from a dealer. brake lines are critical for safety.
Gas lines cannot flood they are supposed to be full of gas
I would check the brake lines/or bleed them out could be possible you have air in your brake lines. Take your car into a cruise and comeback to your home and when you get off touch the disk/drums surface if its real hot than you may have a brake line problem or the brakes were not installed properly another thing you can check is for sounds when you are braking osrt off like a deep rumbling scratching sound.
The fuel pump on a 1991 Pontiac Grand AM is located within the engine bay. Fuel pumps can come in both mechanical and electrical formats and is connected to the fuel lines on the vehicle.
The brake fluid is located in the Master Cylinder mounted under the hood, drivers side, in front of the booster, on the firewall. You will see a reservoir containing the fluid. Of course there is fluid in all the brake lines, wheel cylinders, & calibers.
After the proportioner valve, there is one for each wheel.
you never want to completly empty your resevoir. air bubbles will get in your brake lines and will make it super hard to stop. you should just add fluid. if you really do want to change it all out then you need to disconnect the brake line at one or all the tires and pump the brakes until its all out. but when you go to put more in then you will need to bleed the lines for any air bubbles which is a bigger project then when you started.
Usually when a brake pedal feels more stiff than usual, there is a vacuum leak. The brake lines probably should be bled.
yes, anytime you have to take a radiator out of an automatic car the tranny lines have to come off the radiator.
To allow for steering and suspension movement.
For a 1973 Super Beetle the reservoir is located under the front hood on the drivers side. The two lines that exit the reservoir are for your dual master cylinder. One line fills the front and the other the rear brake lines.
Remove the line and replace it. Then make sure to keep the master cylinder full while you & a helper bleed the front brake caliber. Be sure and use brake line tools and not open-end wrenches or you will damage the brake lines.
Master cylinder brake lines are the most common brake lines on a the Chevy Malibu.