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Old 03-25-2020, 04:28 PM #1
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Brake line part # help

Wife drove the 4Runner and thank God nothing bad happened. The hard line that runs along the driverís frame rail sprung a massive leak. No brakes at all. Got air in the system and have a constant beeping noise. She made it home with pedal pressure and no issues stopping thankfully.
I have a 2007 V8. I want to replace both lines that run along the rail. Can someone help a brother out with a part number? Itís got a huge leak just above the connection. Even though it looks like itís leaking below, it just runs down it.





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Old 03-25-2020, 05:30 PM #2
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I had the same issue, I replaced them all going to the back with the items below. You can borrow a flare kit from Autozone and this type of tubing is really easy to work with. The biggest issue is fishing the tubing up under the gas tank. I would think the tank would need to come down to put the OEM ones in. Best to do them all including the flex lines because they are all gonna fail now. There's a thread on bleeding the brakes here somewhere, slightly different because of the electric pump. Good luck.

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BTW, the first link is to a Toyota picture of the setup for a 4x4 SR5 model. I'd think they would be all the same. The second link shows the parts. Looks like you need number 8 which does not appear listed so may be unobtainable.

BRAKE TUBE & CLAMP. 2007 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4.7L V8 4WD AT | Toyota

Brake Lines and Hoses. 2007 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4.7L V8 4WD AT | Toyota
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