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Old 08-27-2012, 06:49 PM
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Brake line diagram

Does anyone have a link to a complete brake line diagram for my '99XLT?

In May, I took the truck from Mass to Myrtle Beach SC for bike week towing my 6x12 trailer with my bike in it. On the way down I was pulling out of the gas station and the pedal went to the floor. It was the line that went from the Master cylinder to the ABS block, got it towed to the dealer and replaced, on the way home going through NY approaching the toll another line blew out, again, went to Midas and had that replaced.
At this point I want to go through and replace all the lines, front to back. I was going to buy a new truck (2012 F-150 Crew w/ Ecoboost) but the wife is giving me a hard time,this truck is paid for and only has 106K on it so I am going to put some $$$ into it.
I would prefer a visual diagram- Thanks

1999 Expedition 5.4, 4x4
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