Question about Ford F-150
Your not going to find one. Brake lines need to be made you can't buy prebent lines.The main lines runs down the drivers side of the vehicle to feed the rear barkes along the frame with the fuel lines and the parking brake cable. Thats the one that rusts out. You can buy line cheap but it has to be the same size and you just stratien it out. You will need a tubeing cutter a flareing tool and some brake fittings. You can also buy stright sections with the flare and fittings pre made but olny 4 feet long. This is the easyest way remove the rear fitting at the junction in the rear run the premade peice toward the front and cut the line at an easy spot to make the new flare so all you need to make is one flare and one new coupleing just make sure you put the new coupleing on before you do the flare then thread it all together and it will work for another 15 years good luck Inow this may sound complex but its not and if you can do this it will save you hunderds of dollars
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Click on the link below for the diagram with wire assignments.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
my email is firstname.lastname@example.org and i have a 1991 f150 so the fuse boxes should be the same so i will take a pic of it and send it to you
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
Disconnect the hydraulic brake lines.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
Chilton won't offer a diagram because there are many line length combinations which can be used to repair this problem.
Often, technicians reroute the lines around the axle nearby the old line and secure it using plastic cable ties that can be bought at your local dollar store or Walmart.
There is a great deal of flexibility in putting a new line in, as long as it doesn't interfere with other moving parts of the suspension.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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