Rear Brake Hose / Pipe Removal and Installation
Do not use lubricated shop air on brake parts as damage to rubber components may result.
If any hydraulic component is removed or brake line disconnected, bleed the brake system.
The torque values specified are for dry, unlubricated fasteners.
Do not allow brake fluid to get on painted surfaces. Painted surfaces will be damaged by brake fluid.
1) Raise and suitably support vehicle. Remove tire and wheel if necessary.
2) Clean dirt and foreign material from both hose end or pipe end fittings.
3) Drain brake fluid in reservoir.
Do not allow brake fluid to get on painted surface.
Painted surface will be damaged by brake fluid, flush it with water immediately if any fluid is spilled.
4) Remove brake hose or pipe.
1) Reverse removal procedure for brake hose or pipe installation procedure.
Fill and maintain brake fluid level in reservoir.
2) Bleeding brake system referring to Air Bleeding of Brake System .
3) Perform brake test and check each installed part for fluid leakage.