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Need to replace brake lines

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They are separate.
Go to this web site for excellent instructions on how to change them. There are many illustrations. http://forums.neons.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=337657
There are also factory pre-made lines from the dealer for $20 for the pair. They were part of a recall and the cost is very low. I just installed them. Get the part numbers at the web site above.
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Posted on Jun 24, 2010

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SOURCE: have rusty, coroded brake lines.

1. You need to check where the leak is. Decide what you need to replace based on rust damage - could be both lines and also rear wheel brake cylinders (must if bleeder bolt is broken)

2. Remove the old line. Cut at each end, and use socket to remove the hex flare fasteners. Dont lose them!

3. Measure the length of it with a string or extension cable.

4. Go to Auto Shops or dealer with the fastener and get quote for x length you measured. If its more than $100, or if you want to do both lines, its better to do it yourself.

4b. To make yourself, you will need to buy coil of steel line (usually 3/16 and 25ft coil), pipe cutter, metal file, flare tool and identical flare fasteners to your old ones.

5. Once you got a line, bend it to shape, re-attach.

6. Buy at least 1L/quart of brake fluid and bleed both sides where the leak was. ie if leak was at front dont have to bleed rear.

7. If brake fluid level got too low in the reservoir, you MUST bleed all the brake lines. Start with one furthest from the reservoir, usually Rear Right, Rear Left, Front Right, Front Left.

TIPS
- Auto shops will pressure you to overhaul whole system and quote at least $500. Unless you're driving a priceless antique, DONT do it.
- Alternatives: you can do everything yourself, get auto shop to make you the line with flares - both should cost about $50-$100.

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SOURCE: looking for a brake line diagram. need to

sorry, but there are none available in any service manual.

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If your replacing a rusted out brake tube, you
fabricate & duplicate the part your replacing

Given some experience you really could pump
a complete vehicle from scratch

To be working on any product, you have to understand
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almost no one has the thousands of dollars in tools at home
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I see you said can't flair line correctly

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Need to replace all metal brake lines


There has never been brake line diagrams

Very little of value in factory manuals

You don't need diagrams, as your replacing what
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You will be fabricating brake tubing you bought at
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I'm I missing something you want to do?

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Was the brake line removed ? There is no reason a brake line needs to be replaced unless the line was broken or damaged.
One way to check if your car has sensors, is to look for a harness that runs and is secured on the strut. Also check the hub, there is usually a slot in the back where the sensor is mounted.
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Brake line diagram


Brake Lines and Hoses
Double-walled steel line is used in the hydraulic lines between the brake master cylinder and the front tube connector, and between the brake master cylinder and the flexible brake hose at the rear wheels.
Double-flared brake lines provide good leak-proof connections.
When replacing hydraulic brake lines, hoses, or connectors, tighten all connections securely. After replacement, bleed the brake system; refer to Section 206-00 .
The wet appearance of the outer cover of the rubber brake hose is referred to as "sweating." This is a normal condition for neoprene rayon braid hose and is not a sign of leakage or cause for replacement of the hose.

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