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Chevrolet Captiva Service & Repair Manual: Brake Line R&R

Front

Removal

1. Raise and support the vehicle.
2. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
3. Disconnect the brake pipe fitting (1) from the brake hose. Cap the brake pipe fitting to prevent brake fluid loss and contamination, Fig. 1.
4. Remove the brake hose bolt (1) securing the brake hose bracket to the wheelhouse, Fig. 2.
5. Release the wheel speed sensor harness retaining clips (1) and release the harness, Fig. 3.
6. Remove the brake hose bracket bolt (1), Fig. 4.
7. Remove the brake hose fitting bolt (1) from the brake hose and the caliper, Fig. 5.
8. Remove the brake hose (2) from the caliper, Fig. 5.
9. Remove and discard the brake hose fitting gaskets (3). Do not reuse the brake hose fitting gaskets, Fig. 5.
10. Remove the brake hose.

Installation

1. Install the brake hose.
2. Install new brake hose fitting gaskets. Install new brake hose fitting gaskets.
3. Install the brake hose to the caliper.
4. Install the brake hose fitting bolt to the brake hose and the caliper. Torque the bolt to 38 ft. lbs.
5. Install the brake hose bracket bolt. Torque the bolt to 106 inch lbs.
6. Install the wheel speed sensor harness and secure the retaining clips.
7. Install the brake hose bolt securing the brake hose bracket to the wheelhouse. Torque the bolt to 106 inch lbs.
8. Connect the brake pipe fitting to the brake hose. Torque the fitting to 13 ft. lbs.
9. Bleed the hydraulic brake system.
10. Install the tire and wheel assembly.
11. Lower the vehicle.

Rear

Removal

1. Raise and support the vehicle.
2. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
3. Disconnect the brake pipe fitting (1) from the brake hose. Cap the brake pipe fitting to prevent brake fluid loss and contamination, Fig. 6.
4. Remove the brake hose bolt (1) securing the brake hose bracket to the wheelhouse, Fig. 7.
5. Remove the brake hose bracket bolt (1), Fig. 8.
6. Remove the brake hose fitting bolt (1) from the brake hose and the caliper, Fig. 9.
7. Remove the brake hose (2) from the caliper, Fig. 9.
8. Remove and discard the brake hose fitting gaskets (3). Do not reuse the brake hose fitting gaskets, Fig. 9.
9. Remove the brake hose.

Installation

1. Install the brake hose.
2. Install new brake hose fitting gaskets. Install NEW brake hose fitting gaskets.
3. Install the brake hose to the caliper.
4. Install the brake hose fitting bolt to the brake hose and the caliper. Torque the bolt to 38 ft. lbs.
5. Install the brake hose bracket bolt. Torque the bolt to 106 inch lbs.
6. Install the brake hose bolt securing the brake hose bracket to the wheelhouse. Torque the bolt to 106 inch lbs.
7. Connect the brake pipe fitting to the brake hose. Torque the fitting to 13 ft. lbs.
8. Bleed the hydraulic brake system.
9. Install the tire and wheel assembly.
10. Lower the vehicle.

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