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How to replace brake lines in 93 jeep grand cherokee

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 13-07-2020

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Like ignition wires, I suggest you remove them one by one. On stubborn fitting, cut the line and use a six point socket instead of a wrench. Lines do not need to be perfectly matched to the old ones providing that they are adequately secured and you maintain proper clearance near moving parts to avoid damage while driving (don't forget that differentials , springs etc travel up and down. Also stay clear of hot pipes. Use several sections of line, joining them with brass unions (non ferrule type) do not kink lines. once kinked, discard and use a different one, never straighten or it will be a forever weak spot. excess can be looped if necessary (within reason, maintaining clearances), never permit a line to hang low where it can snag on road debris. Always use flair nut wrenches when tightening fittings. When finished with install bleed the system.
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