I assume you mean the flex hose on the rear? It's pretty simple. Remove the caliper bolt (probably a 13mm) make sure you dont loose those 2 cooper washers on each end of the hose. Then disconnect the flare nut from the hose, and there will probably be a u-clip attaching the line to a bracket that is bolted to the body of the vehicle. Here are videos to help you make your own line or replace the brake flex hose.
The process is the same in most cases. Now for the hardline. I would recommend following the path of the old line. It does not have to be exact, be just make sure you are clear of exhaust heat, moving linkages, suspension, pretty much anything that moves you want to avoid when doing brake lines. Make sure to secure the line as well.
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008 AT 5:50 PM