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Disconnect the front and rear brake lines, undo bolts holding the master cylinder to the brake booster. Bench bleed the new master and reconnect to booster and reconnect lines. Be very careful when undoing the lines from the master cyclinder as you do not want to damage them. Soak with WD-40 before loosening. Once everything is back in place you will need to bleed all calipers and/or wheel cylinders. Again soak the bleeder screws beforehand with WD-40 as they break off easily.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: brake lines to master cylinder
Most modern master brake cylinders uses the split hydraulic system. Technically, it would not matter whether the front or the rear brakes are attached to which port. However since most automotive systems of the 90s utilize front disk brakes and rear drum brakes, it was customary to install the rear closer to the vacuum booster making the front brakes connected to the front farthest away from the pedal .
Of course, if the system (for some reason) has a modified brake system that uses a Proportioning Valve Section, then the rear would be connected to that and the left and right front on the two regular ports.
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Posted on Jun 10, 2008
drivers side plugs from front of engine to rear are cylinder numbers 1...3...5...7
passenger side front to rear 2...4...6...8..
fiing order 1..8..4..3..6..5..7..2..
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
sounds like you need to look through the engine bay and see if your fuel lines are wet anywhere!! There might be a possibilty that you have a leak around the gas tank so jus crawl under the trunk and look to see if it has any kind of wetness around the tank or hoses coming out of the tank!!
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
go to the link below for a diagram of how the plug wires go and cylinder locations by number, just match the location on the cap to the corresponding cylinder.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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they should be 3/16" but if you want to be sure, take a quarter inch wrench and put the open end over the line if it is sloppy on the line it is 3/16" , if it fits nicely, it is 1/4" . that is the only two sizes they could of used.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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