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Old 09-13-2009, 02:19 PM
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Default BRAKE Diagram Help 01 z71

Hi,

Changed Brake lines (Chevy 01, Z71), screwed up and don't know what line goes where from MC to ABS..........

Need schematic or brake line diagram.......PLEASE..Search the World WIDE web...Nothing....

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Old 09-13-2009, 10:10 PM
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Got it...

Master cyclinder front line goes to the abs module under the drvr truck frame looking toward the rear vehicle directly at the fittings

Master cyclinder rear line goes to the above left side abs modulator.

Looking at the ABS mod-

top 3 rows, left goes to drivers frnt brake-middle passgrs frnt brake-right takes car of the rear disks brakes.


Hope this helps someone. Now to figure out how to bleed after changing all the corroded lines.

Anyone know how to do this? Been hearing there is issues with the air in the modulator/ABS??????????/

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