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2007 Ford Expedition Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

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2007 Ford Expedition Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

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1994 Land Rover Discovery Brake Hydraulic Hose Corteco

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1994 - Land Rover Discovery
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1996 Land Rover Range Rover Brake Hydraulic Hose PBR

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1996 - Land Rover Range Rover
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1996 Land Rover Range Rover Brake Hydraulic Hose Eurospare

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1997 Land Rover Range Rover Brake Hydraulic Hose PBR

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1995 Mazda Protege Brake Hydraulic Hose SBS

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Delphi
1992 Jaguar XJ12 Brake Hydraulic Hose Delphi

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1992 - Jaguar XJ12
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1974 Jaguar XJ12 Brake Hydraulic Hose Delphi

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  • Chas: 2R 50211-, Production: 05/1974-
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1974 - Jaguar XJ12
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1975 Jaguar XJ12 Brake Hydraulic Hose Delphi

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1975 - Jaguar XJ12
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1994 Jaguar XJS Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

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brakes

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Question From Guest on brakes

What causes a caliper to lock-up? I have purchased 2 calipers, and they are still locking up on my pass. side. Last two times i replaced the caliper & brakes, the piston was stuck out and could not push it back in for the life of me. This is twice now.

Response From AutoTech1971 Top Rated Answer

Sounds like a bad brake hose. Try opening the the bleeder and pushing piston back, if piston pushes back replace brake hose.... Mike

Help

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Question From Guest on Help

I replaced a front left brake hose and know the pedal goes to the floor and makes the van idle rough. It is a 94 gmc safari. I did bleed the system and there is no fluid coming from the front left. I even disconnected the new hose and still no fluid. Help!!!

Response From dave284

When you replaced the hose, did all the fluid run out ? You might have got air all thru the system now...if thats the case you will need to bleed all the brakes, never let the resivoir run empty...keep adding fluid a little at a time.

Response From Guest

Thank you very much. I just got the van from a guy that drove it with a hole in the hose. So yes, everything does make sense now. I just did not think that much air could have gotten in. I will try this and let you know what happens.

Response From dave284 Top Rated Answer

Good luck.

Response From dave284

http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/11/9a/81/0900823d80119a81/repairInfoPages.htm Heres a little info to help.

ford e 350 brakes

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Question From stevec on ford e 350 brakes

1994 ford e 350 passenger van. 5.8 liter 80000 miles.
just bought van. pulled to the left while braking. replaced rotors,calipers, rubber brake hoses. abs light intermittent but does not flash. after i installed brake hoses pulling went away for a day or so. now it is pulling to the left again.

Response From DanD

Have a check of the front suspension and steering components; as in ball joints, control arm bushings and tie rods.
Even though this likely is only pulling while the brakes are applied; it could be caused by an alignment angle changing/shifting while braking, due to worn suspension & steering parts?

Dan.

Response From stevec Top Rated Answer

Thanks Dan, I have looked at the front end parts but I think I am going to take it to a buddy of mine that works at an alignment shop. A lot of times you cant see anything with the naked eye. It could be possible that you are correct because it really does not pull under 25 mph. I sure hate to take it to the Ford garage $$$$. What part of Canada are you in? thanks for the reply!

Response From DanD

Southwestern Ontario in the great little City of London; its half way between Toronto and Windsor, Approx 2 hours to either city.
Windsor shares the boarder with Detroit.

Dan.

Response From chickenhouse

Was closer than I knew Dan! Went through Detroit last month! Been to Windsor many times, Ambassador Bridge and the tunnel.

New caliper leaks at screw from brake hose.

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Question From reelfisher10 on New caliper leaks at screw from brake hose.

Just got a remanufactured brake caliper on my 01 dodge ram 1500 4x4 and when I hook it up to the brake line it leaks when I pump the breaks. Leaks right underneath that square nut thing that has the screw go through it which holds the break line to the caliper. Is there suppose to be some kind of special seal there because there wasn't one there when I took it off.

Response From Double J

It has to have a copper washer on both sides of "that square nut thing "..
It had to have one when you took it off or else it wouldve been leaking...It either fell off or its stuck on the square nut part of the hose or stuck to the old caliper.
They are NOT reuseable...get new ones....Make sure you put one on each side of the square nut thing...also make sure you removed the old ones.

The reman caliper shouldve came with them....They Usually come with all the necessary hardware including the copper washers ,but not the banjo bolt.(Screw as you call it)

Response From reelfisher10

And the two bolts that go through the caliper to the caliper bracket, get flat and locking washers?

Response From MarineGrunt

I've personally never seen lock washers on the caliper pins on any vehicle I've ever done a brake job to but I think I remember seeing somewhere that some vehicles such as Toyota use lock washers. I could be wrong though. I've never seen them on any GM vehicle. If yours didn't have them when you took them off I wouldn't be putting any back on. Try and find a diagram on the brake system on Dodge's part website and see what it shows. I'm sure the mechanics here can give you a definite answer though.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

These should be standard fare out there. Solid copper and the seal is the grooves which will impregnate/squish the copper some both seal and lock it. That's why they say never re-use them. Never saw one intentionally to be also a lock washer but some method may be out there for that.

Back a few posts - they should have come with them! Pic may not show but just like this if it does...........



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Break Issue

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Question From tavernarijared on Break Issue

I have a 1991 Cadillac Seville ... When i purchased the car there was no fluid going to the front right break ... i replaced the front calipers and pads and also a portion of the break line ... the original diagnosis for the no fluid in the passenger side front was caused by the brake hose ... which was also replaced .... after driving for a day or so i saw fluid on my right front tire and check my fluid level and it was empty .... i looked and saw that where the brake hose and caliper connect is where the fluid is leaking from .... THE HOSE AND CALIPER ARE NEW .... both have been replaced and yet i still have a leak .... the bolt is also in as tight as it will go and a new mounting bolt came with caliper.... please help as i almost got killed today ....

Response From Sidom

With leaks, it's pretty straight forward, find what is leaking and repair the leak. With the hose going to the caliper there are 2 copper washers used for sealing, if they weren't installed on the bolt, then you will have a leak.

With brakes, if you are familiar with the system, then it's not a problem doing the work. If you don't have the experience, with hydraulic work it is sometimes better to pay to have it done and be safe than the alterbative. You are lucky you or someone else didn't get hurt. I would strongly suggest taking the car into a shop and having it repaired properly........

Response From tavernarijared

i already had my mechanic look at it an work on it and when he did the work it stopped leaking and then started a few days afterwards ..... and both washers were installed and i have done front and rear brakes on 3 cars multiple times .... just curious y it would be leaking if the washers are in place and both parts that where the leak is are brand new ? also should i get replacement parts since they are under warranty ???? saying that the ones i have are defective ? and i will that cause my caliper to go bad ? been driving it for about 7 days how it is ...

Response From Sidom

If it's leaking right at the hose connection of the caliper and both sealing washers were used, then I would definitely change out the caliper. I have seen reman calipers with "dinged" up areas where the washers go and leak. I would also inspect the sealing area of hose as well. This usually goes without saying but the whole system needs to be inspected, all lines, hoses & components.....

After the replacement, the repair has to be verified as fixed. Checking the area while pumping the pedal. Drive the car & recheck the area. Considering what has already happened you need to be keep a very close eye on the fluid level for a while.

Response From Guest

yes well all this has already been done ..... and still have a leak ... should i get a replacement caliper and hose ... and would this have worn down my pads ?

Response From tavernarijared Top Rated Answer

and the brake light is on ... when the problem began ... it would go on when the fluid got low and now its staying on ....