Question about 1991 Lincoln Mark VII
Installed Master cylinder perfectly . However, in my haste i began to button the brake lines to their specific ports.Well pretty much self explainitory when it comes to what line goes where?yeah i know doh doh brain me!! Question which line connects to the middle bkre lead,coming from the master cylinder.Rt Front or Rear?
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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