If You Are Talking About The Hoses That Go To The Front Calipers, You Will Need Some Expensive Tools. Here Goes, Make Sure You Have The Car Supported On Jack Stands So It Will Not Fall. Remove The Tire, Those Special Tools You Just Bought Are Called Line Wrenches They Come In A Set Metric & SAE. Most Likely Yours Will Be Metric. Also You Will Need The New Hoses, & Brake Fluid. First Make Sure The Bleeder Will Loosen On The Caliper To Allow Fluid To Release So You Can Bleed Out The Air. If The Bleeder Breaks Off., You Will Need A New Or Rebuilt Caliper. Remove The Line On Top From The Hose. Remove Other End From Caliper, Remove Clip Holding Hose At Top. Reverse This Order Then Bleed The Air Out Of The Line. Then Move To The Other Side, Same Thing. GOOD LUCK
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Master cylinder brake lines are the most common brake lines on a the Chevy Malibu.
You remove the wheels to replace brake lines.
Unplug the harness at the motor , then disconnect te hydrolic lines.
Rear brake lines leave Master cylinder as one and are junctioned at the rear of the vehicle
How do i replace brake lines on a 2000 grand am
You can not use rubber fuel lines to replace the current brake lines due to the high operating pressure. You will need to replace them with brake lines, the rubber brake lines has a different construction to hold the pressure and not getting eaten away by the brake fluid, brake lines can hold over 2000psi when the pedal is heavily applied
I just got both brake lines on a 94 cavalier replaced for $250.00. I dont know if this was a good price though.
Why would you want to replace all the brake lines? You can flush the entire system and install fresh DOT3 brake fluid. I can see no reason to replace all the brake lines. Why are you doing this? Unless your brake lines are rotted out or someone has cut them... there is no reason to replace all four lines.
Each brake line is held in place with a swivel nut at each end. Turn the swivel nut to the left. The brake line will come off.
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.