Renault Clio: Rear brake hose: Removal - Refitting

Renault Clio. Rear brake hose: Removal - Refitting

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

WARNING

Prepare for brake fluid outflow, to prevent damage to the mechanical parts and bodywork around the braking system.

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Rear brake hose: Removal - Refitting

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION

WARNING

Do not twist the brake hose.

Make sure that there is no contact between the brake hose and the surrounding components.

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

III - FINAL OPERATION.

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