Take it to a good machanic because you most likely have to splice lines in in order to fix them. Because the lines are metal or at least should be there will be spots that do no need to be replaced.
When we had such problem one of main brake lines was rusted and had to be replaced. It was Toyota Camry 98. We ended up by replacing both lines because the second one was on its way out too.
You do not need to change it at all, unless you have replaced some long brake lines. Just make sure that the level of the fluid is proper.
When you work on brake system you want to remember to bleed the brake lines.
i need a digram on gas lines on a Toyota Camry
For the car with such age it can be anything. I would start from main brake lines. If the lines are fine, check calipers and rear brake cylinders for leaks. If you find any leak it's easier to replace a part, then trying to fix it.
It should only take about an hour to replace the brake lines on a 1995 Toyota Corolla. The exact time will depend on your experience with replacing brake lines.
The fuel filter on a 2003 Toyota Camry is changed by removing the fuel line from each side of the filter and detaching it from the vehicle's frame. A new filter is then put into place and the fuel lines attached.
You have a leak(s). Check main brake lines and brake cylinders at each wheel.
How to change brake lines on a 1991 Buick Lesabre?
Light is usually comes on, when there is a problem with pressure in brake lines. Inspect the brake fluid level, and check for leaks.
No, it won't. They modify engines and mounts from year to year, sometimes even within model lines.
$40-60 per line depending on line + at least 1 hour of labor at least + brake fluid.
How to repair brake lines on a 91 buick
In my area about $200-300 plus the part which is around $50-70 depending on which of lines (one is longer than another one).
leaky brake cylinders, leaky brake lines
There should be a diagram on the underside of the bonnet/hood.
The larger of the refrigerant lines. Should be cool or cold to the touch.
The name of the plastic piece that holds the lines to the expansion valve in a 1995 Toyota Camry is called a clam shell ventilator. As of 2013, the clam shell ventilator can be purchased for around $10, plus tax and shipping.
Spongy brakes are usually an indication that there is air in the brake lines. It is also possible the brake fluid is low, so check that first.
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Look on the inside of the engine compartment and there may be a sticker showing them.
power steering issue. check lines for leaks, system could be starving
1 wheels need to be balanced 2.drive lines need to be checked
It should be shown in your owner's manual Change the bulb in the center break light located on the rear deck of your car.