Preformed Stainless Steel Brake Line Kit Installation by Dorman Products

welcome to Dorman Products stainless steel brake line installation video before you begin refer to the appropriate shop manual for your vehicle to obtain specific service procedures for this part if you do not have a service manual or lack the skill to install this part it is recommended that you seek the services of a qualified technician pay special attention to all cautions and warnings included in the shop manual read and follow all instructions carefully it is recommended to hand tighten all fittings into all meeting components before performing final tightening of fittings please note this installation has been condensed as a guide to better assist installer begin the installation by removing all wheels, lower the spare tire, and relieve pressure from fuel system in evacuating hydraulic system using a vacuum bleeder once complete disconnect the drive shaft at rear axle and suspend by using a bungee cord or hanger providing space to remove fuel tank assembly once fuel tank has been removed locate ABS unit and Mark the location of brake lines on a piece of paper to better assist correct order during installation next remove brake lines along the frame rail feeding rear wheels be sure to install new rear feed lines tight and fittings at both ends once lines are in place remove and replace rear axle brake line once the rear brake lines have been replaced remove front driver center and passenger-side splash shields remove and replace front driver side and passenger side brake lines from ABS unit two front wheels and lines from proportioning valve to master cylinder inspect all areas of line contact for any possibilities of chafing or rub through adjust or been line configuration if needed to avoid areas of rub throw-in consult vehicle service manual for brake system bleeding procedure and bleed hydraulic brake system to complete repair reinstall fuel tank driveshaft splash shields and wheels road test check brake fluid level inspect vehicle for leaks

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