907-093 Stainless Steel Brake Lines

907-093 Stainless Steel Brake Lines
907-093 Stainless Steel Brake Lines
Installation Instructions
1990-2005 Miata
440 Rutherford St. Goleta, CA 93117
1-800-642-8295 • FAX 805-692-2525 • www.MossMiata.com
Tools required:
5) Drain the brake fluid from the brake fluid reservoir.
If any brake fluid comes in contact with a painted
surface, immediately wipe it off with a water soaked
rag.
• Combination wrenches: 8mm, 12mm, 14mm, 17mm
• 10mm flare nut wrench
• Ratchet
• Breaker Bar
• Torque Wrench capable of 12ft/lbs.-90ft/lbs.
• Sockets: 10mm, 21mm
• Pliers
• Pump or turkey baster to remove brake fluid from
reservoir
• Jack and four jack stands
• Pan to collect brake fluid
• Water
• Rags
• At least 24 oz of Brake Fluid
6) Observe the orientation of the original brake lines and
c-clips. The new brake lines should be fit in a similar
manner.
7) Starting on the front brakes, remove the banjo bolt
connecting the original brake line to the brake caliper
with a 12mm wrench. Allow the brake line to hang,
and drain all remaining fluid into a pan.
Banjo Bolt
1) Inspect the kit provided and confirm that it contains
four brake lines, four banjo bolts, and eight crush
washers. Front brake lines have a straight end that
connects to the caliper, while rear brake lines have a
bend.
Illustration 1
Right Rear
Left Rear
Illustration 7
Front
8) Using a 10mm flare nut wrench, disconnect the other
end of the brake line from its hard line.
9) Remove the c-clip with a pair of pliers and set it aside
to be reused. The original rubber brake line, banjo
bolt, and crush washers can now be discarded.
C-Clip
2) Break loose the lug nuts on all four wheels with a
21mm socket and breaker bar.
3) Raise and support the vehicle. Make sure the car is
stable before performing any work, and always use
jack stands.
Illustration 9
4) Fully remove all lug nuts and wheels.
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10) Clean the sealing surface on the caliper and ensure
that the original crush washer has not remained on
the caliper. Inspect and clean the threads on the hard
line as well.
17) Disconnect the two hard lines from the original
distribution block with a 10mm flare nut wrench.
18) Remove the distribution block by removing the two
nuts with a 10mm socket and ratchet. Retain the nuts
for installation of the new line.
11) Take a new front Techna-Fit brake line and thread the
end into the hard line. Do not fully tighten to allow
movement of the line.
19) To install the new brake line, remove the plugs and
thread the hard lines into the distribution block.
12) With a 14mm wrench, a new banjo bolt and two new
crush washers, attach the other end of the brake line
to the caliper and tighten 12-14 ft/lbs. The line should
be angled toward the strut to avoid contact with the
wheel.
20) Use one of the nuts removed in step 17 to secure the
distribution block to the top mounting bolt.
Illustration 20
Illustration 12
21) Tighten both hard lines and Techna-fit line at the
distribution block.
13) Fully tighten the end that is connected to the hard
line. Use a 17mm wrench to hold the new brake line
and a 10mm flare nut wrench to tighten the hard line.
Reinstall the original c-clip.
22) The Techna-Fit brake line needs to be arched up
and toward the rear of the vehicle in order to avoid
contact with the wheel and seat well on the caliper.
Use a new Banjo bolt and two new crush washers to
secure it at 12-14ft/lbs.
14) Repeat steps 5-12 for the other front and left rear
brake lines.
15) The right rear brake line is connected to two hard
lines via a distribution block, one from the brake
master cylinder and the other to the left rear brake.
Illustration 15
Illustration 22
23) Ensure all connections are tight, and there are no
kinks or damage.
24) Refill the brake fluid reservoir, and bleed the brakes
using an 8mm wrench.
16) Remove the banjo bolt with a 12mm wrench, and
let the remaining brake fluid drain. Clean the sealing
surface and threads.
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25) Reinstall wheels and tighten all lug nuts with a torque
wrench. With factory wheels and lug nuts tighten to
65-87 ft/lbs.
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