If you’re using your Toyota Tundra for hard pulling and off-road travel, make sure the brakes are in the best condition. Replacing the stock brake lines with more durable stainless steel ones is a job you can do yourself.
Tools Used: Tools, Brake fluid, Jack and jack stands, Tire iron, Replacement brake line, Vinyl tube, Container
Replace Brake Line
Locate the Tundra’s brake fluid reservoir on the driver’s side of the engine compartment. Top off the fluid and seal the cap tightly to minimize the amount of fluid lost during the replacement process. Support the vehicle on jack stands. Remove the first wheel to reach the brake line and caliper.