How big are the brake lines on a Chevy Silverado?
The 2 lines to the front cylinders are 1/4 ” line with 1/4″ fittings at the calipers and 5/16″ fittings with 1/4″ line at the ABS. You can’t buy these lines. All the mechanics I talked to after making the assumption that the 1/4″ line would have 1/4″ fittings could buy the 5/16″ fitting with the 1/4″ bore and they made their own lines.
Are there brake lines on new GM trucks?
GM said there is no trouble with their brake lines, but on new trucks they are plastic coated, just like the two lines going to my rear wheel cylinders on my 2006 Sierra. I would have tried the ‘print screen’ idea, but alas, I have no MS paint.
What kind of ABS does a Chevy Tahoe have?
This is a very common problem on the early 2000 GMC Trucks. It affects the Tahoe, Suburban, Yukon, Silverado, Sierra, Bravado, Jimmy, Blazer, Sonoma, S10 and any other GM Vehicle that has the Kelsey Hayes 325 ABS Module. These ABS Modules need to be rebuilt for the following issues.
Where do the lines go in a brake line diagram?
You can blow up the picture in Acrobat, around 300 % gives you a clear easy to read picture. lines run in order, from inside edge of frame (in plasic clips) or top edge of frame (in plastic clips) outward or downward. If you run your lines in this order there is no crossing or bending of lines necessary.
What to do with a brake line on a Chevy Silverado?
Figure 2. Front brake lines. Before undoing a brake line, it is suggested lining underneath the truck with shop towels where both connections will be undone. Brake fluid is highly corrosive and will eat through paint or anything similar very quickly.
How big are the brake lines on a Sierra?
So any help would be great. I have a 2002 1500 sierra, 4×4, 5.3, SLE. It came from up north so the brake lines are in need of replacement. The lines going to the rear wheels after they split are 3/16 tubing, but the lines that run to and from the ABS I think are 1/4.
Are there any brake lines that need replacement?
The brake lines in 1999-2007 GMT800 Silverado’s, Sierra’s, and Suburbans are very prone to rusting out and needing replacement. For individuals who live in “salt” states, where cities commonly salt the roads to prevent ice, the brake line rusting is even more common.
What kind of brakes do I need for a LMC truck?
QTY. “A” Fits models with rear disc brakes. “A” Fits models with rear disc brakes. “A” Fits models with rear disc brakes. “A” Fits models with rear disc brakes. “B” Fits models with rear drum brakes. “B” Fits models with rear drum brakes. “B” Fits models with rear drum brakes. “B” Fits models with rear drum brakes.