Question about 1997 Ford Explorer AWD
Try to get the service manual from Ford for your vehicle. Many times Haynes and Chilton won't publish it, because there is a certain flexibility in the way lines can be routed, underneath the vehicle in question.
The brakes may cross over left front to right rear and right front to left rear as far as being connected in circuits by the master cylinder.
Some GM trucks use a front to back system where the two front wheels are on a circuit and the two back wheels are on a circuit, but this is antiquated.
Actually, if you follow the routing of the brakes the way I described, you'll be able to put new lines on by copying what was there in the first place, assuming nobody has disassembled it since it was at the factory or what not.
Hope this helps.
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