What should you look for when changing a brake line on a 92 Accord And how do you go about changing the line?
there is not much to changing a brake line u disconnect at both ends. then following where old was routed, u install new one making sure it is not rubbing any where it will rub a hole or get squashed when installed you then need to bleed whole brake system to remove air from lines
What would cause a 1987 Honda Accord front driver side brake not to work after already changing the caliber and brake pad?
When a brake line is leaking on the Chevy Venture the brake line should be replaced as soon as possible. A leak, however small, can cause hydraulic fluid to escape the brake line which will cause a loss in brake pressure. The brakes should be bled of air after the new line is put in to remove gaps in brake pedal pressure.
Ok so i figured this one out on my own. Remove the rear tire that the brake is locked up on, if the hand brake is on, lower the lever in the car. locate the e-brake wire on the rear of the disk brake/caliper. This should be behind the rotor and caliber and is identifible by the fact that it is not a hydraulic line. You should see that it is held in place by…
How long does it take for the air to flow through the lines to the brake after the brake pedal is pushed?
If everytime you drive a 1990 Honda Civic station wagon a mile the passenger side front brake freezes up and you stop and bleed it and it lets go what is wrong?
Your question needs some clarification. If you meant to say how do you replace the front/rear flexible brake hoses (assuming you have rear disc) or how do you replace all of the brake lines on my Accord that would greatly help direct a more direct response. You should have specific hand tool before changing your brake lines, and that is a flare nut wrench. I have a 10mm and 12mm flare nut wrench that works…