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".
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.
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).
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
5/16 metal, 3/8 hose (most likely)-but get the ones you need from a dealer. brake lines are critical for safety.
If you are talking about the steel brake lines, most likely the rear lines, then replace both from front to back.