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Old 10-25-2008, 17:08   #1 (permalink)
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Hey i'm Liam i'm new i'm 17 and currently in boces auto class.


I'm working on replacing the brake lines on a 86 windstar. It has sat for 2 years, it was my dads van and he died and its sat there eversince.

I'm trying to fix it up so it can be my van.


Heres what i need help with. I made the mistake the cutting all the brake lines off of the ABS thing that distributes the lines and i have all new lines on but one, but i'm not sure if there connected in the right area.


I wana do this right so i can fix it.


Can someone please help me in telling me where each line is sopost to go to conect to the ABS distributer box??


I know i'm saying some things wrong, iv been in boces for a couple months, but they are no help.


so please help??


Liam
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Hey i'm Liam i'm new i'm 17 and currently in boces auto class.


I'm working on replacing the brake lines on a 86 windstar. It has sat for 2 years, it was my dads van and he died and its sat there eversince.

I'm trying to fix it up so it can be my van.


Heres what i need help with. I made the mistake the cutting all the brake lines off of the ABS thing that distributes the lines and i have all new lines on but one, but i'm not sure if there connected in the right area.


I wana do this right so i can fix it.


Can someone please help me in telling me where each line is sopost to go to conect to the ABS distributer box??


I know i'm saying some things wrong, iv been in boces for a couple months, but they are no help.


so please help??


Liam



I am a little confused here...is this a 1996 Windstar, or a 1986 Aerostar?? You have stated two different dates...there is no such thing as a 1986 Windstar..

"Heres what i need help with. I made the mistake the cutting all the brake lines off of the ABS thing that distributes the lines and i have all new lines on but one, but I'm not sure if there connected in the right area."

Can you please explain this in more detail?? Again I'm a little confused here... you cut the lines to all of the ABS Modules, and now you have one you can't hook up?....And what is the "Right Area" you are referring too....

Thank you...and please keep us advise.
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