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Brake Line Part Number

Postby daewooluvr » Tue Sep 27, 2011 12:32 am

Hey guys,
I need to replace one of my rear brake lines but I can't seem to see which part number it is. Can anyone help?
on Daewoous.com it lists:
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01 96212323 HOSE A-BRAKE,FRT . B B S S S -JL9 2
02 09360-10002 BOLT . B B S S S -JL9 2
03 09160-10002 WASHER . B B S S S -JL9 4
04 09383-12003 RING-E . B B S S S -JL9 2
05 96306664 PIPE A-BRAKE,RR SHORT . B B S S S -JL9 LH 1
05 96306666 PIPE A-BRAKE,RR SHORT . B B S S S -JL9 RH 1
06 96215570 HOSE A-BRAKE,RR SHORT . B B S S S -JL9 2
07 09383-12003 RING-E . B B S S S -JL9 4
08 96237761 PIPE A-BRAKE,RR 3RD . B B S S S -JL9 LH 1 NV
09 96304479 PIPE A-BRAKE,RR 2ND . B B S S S -JL9 LH 1 NU
10 96256676 PIPE A-BRAKE,RR 2ND . B B S S S -JL9 RH 1 NW
15 96306678 PIPE A-BRAKE,FRT . B B S S S -JL9 LH 1 NF
16 96248672 PIPE A-BRAKE,FRT . B B S S S -JL9 RH 1
17 96248673 PIPE A-BRAKE,RR,1ST . B B S S S -JL9 LH 1
18 96256672 PIPE A-BRAKE,RR,1ST . B B S S S -JL9 RH 1
19 02714-06163 BOLT . B B S S S -JL9 3
39 09409-07328 CLIP . B B S S S -JL9 2
40 09408-00082 CLIP . B B S S S -JL9 5
41 09408-00089 CLIP . B B S S S -JL9 4
42 96304429 CLIP . B B S S S -JL9 3
43 09408-00007 CLIP . B B S S S -JL9 2
44 09408-00008 CLIP . B B S S S -JL9 1
45 09408-00009 CLIP . B B S S S -JL9 1
46 09408-00092 CLIP . B B S S S -JL9 1
47 09408-00091 CLIP . B B S S S -JL9 1
50 96256673 PIPE A-BRAKE,FUEL . B B S S S -JL9 1 NT
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Re: Brake Line Part Number

Postby MMamdouh » Fri Sep 30, 2011 10:15 pm

ok... which line you want to replace?

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Re: Brake Line Part Number

Postby daewooluvr » Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:55 pm

The rear line that runs from the passenger side to the drivers side.
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Re: Brake Line Part Number

Postby MMamdouh » Tue Oct 04, 2011 2:12 pm

can't see the number on the pic you posted... it is too small... here is a pic from the parts manual... i suppose you are referring to part number 7 with P/N 96237761

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Re: Brake Line Part Number

Postby daewooluvr » Fri Oct 07, 2011 4:15 pm

That's the one, thanks!
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Re: Brake Line Part Number

Postby daewooluvr » Thu Oct 20, 2011 6:31 pm

ordered the part, went to change it and they're all rusted to hell. I can't unbolt them as it would cause all the other lines to snap.

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Re: Brake Line Part Number

Postby daewooluvr » Wed Oct 26, 2011 6:53 pm

and the hits just keep coming...

Got all the lines I needed and none of the fittings would break loose, ended up stripping two of them before giving up.

So I took the car off the jack stands and was going to drive it over to the shop using the e-brake since it's about a mile away and the car wouldn't start... Figuring that my 6-yo battery finally went bad on me with the cold weather now here I got a new battery. Guess what... still nothing... ugh

So I thought of an old school solution. I went and tapped on the starter with a board and a hammer lightly. Wouldn't you know, it started right up. grrr.

Now I'm ready to take it to the shop... or am I....

I go to back up and it wouldn't move. I give it more gas and the back up rises up in the air. I'm thinking to myself, WTF am I on. I get out, look under the car and there's nothing there... So now I gun it and the car moves out of the driveway into the road with a loud screech. I get out to look and it appears my back two wheels are locked up.

So I broke down and called the motor club to send a flatbed. My poor car doesn't even have the dignity to limp over to the shop, it has to be towed in. Well they send some idiot teenager who seems like it's his first day on the job. After each step he had to call his boss to ask what to do. He ended up scraping up the bottom of my front bumper and nearly ripped it off.

So the car is now finally at the shop and it's been a rough day already... all this before noon...

To be Continued...
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Re: Brake Line Part Number

Postby daewooluvr » Thu Nov 03, 2011 2:08 pm

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Ok I got my car back. The brakes are really spongy still. I wonder if there is air in the lines yet.
They replaced all of the rear brake lines and installed my stainless steel flex lines to replace the rubber ones.

Next issue... fix the exhaust... it sounds like a pissed off lawn tractor right now...
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Re: Brake Line Part Number

Postby Puddle31 » Sat Nov 05, 2011 7:45 pm

at least you are making progress. I saw your previous entry about the car not moving. that seemed like you were describing the emergency brake seized up. doesn't that lock the back wheels? I've moved a car that way too, don't feel bad.
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Re: Brake Line Part Number

Postby MMamdouh » Sun Nov 06, 2011 9:59 pm

so sad to hear about your trouble...

you would have to bleed the brakes again after a couple of days of driving... no idea why daewoos need bleeding twice to get it right

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Re: Brake Line Part Number

Postby daewooluvr » Tue Nov 08, 2011 4:20 pm

Yeah the eBrake was seized. The shop was able to get that fixed. I'll have them bleed the brakes again when they fix the exhaust.

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