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Chevrolet Trax: Rear brake intermediate pipe replacement (right)

Chevrolet Trax (2013-2022) Workshop Manual / Brakes / Hydraulic Brakes / Repair instructions / Rear brake intermediate pipe replacement (right)

Removal Procedure

WARNING: Refer to Brake Fluid Irritant Warning .

  1. Remove the battery. Refer to Battery Replacement .

Fig. 128: Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) And Rear Intermediate Pipe Fitting
Fig. 128: Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) And Rear Intermediate Pipe Fitting

  1. Disconnect the right rear intermediate pipe fitting (1) from the brake pressure modulator valve (BPMV).
  2. Plug the BPMV outlet port to prevent brake fluid loss and contamination.

Fig. 129: Front Brake Pipe Retaining Clips
Fig. 129: Front Brake Pipe Retaining Clips

  1. Release the right rear intermediate pipe from the retaining clips (1).
  2. Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle .

Fig. 130: Rear Intermediate Pipe And Retaining Clip
Fig. 130: Rear Intermediate Pipe And Retaining Clip

  1. Release the right rear intermediate pipe from the retaining clip (1).

Fig. 131: Rear Intermediate Pipe
Fig. 131: Rear Intermediate Pipe

  1. Release the right rear intermediate pipe from the front floor retaining clips (1).

Fig. 132: Underbody Cross Sill Shield
Fig. 132: Underbody Cross Sill Shield

  1. Remove the 2 nuts and the underbody cross sill shield (1).
  2. Remove the fuel tank. Refer to Fuel Tank Replacement (AWD) .

Fig. 133: Rear Floor Retaining Clips
Fig. 133: Rear Floor Retaining Clips

  1. Release the right rear intermediate pipe from the rear floor retaining clips (1).

Fig. 134: Left Rear Intermediate Pipe
Fig. 134: Left Rear Intermediate Pipe

  1. Release the right rear intermediate pipe from the retaining clips (1).

Fig. 135: Right Rear Intermediate Pipe And Right Rail
Fig. 135: Right Rear Intermediate Pipe And Right Rail

  1. Release the right rear intermediate pipe from the right rail retaining clips (1).

Fig. 136: Right Rear Rail Retaining Clips
Fig. 136: Right Rear Rail Retaining Clips

  1. Release the right rear intermediate pipe from the right rear rail retaining clips (1).

Fig. 137: Right Rear Intermediate Pipe Fitting
Fig. 137: Right Rear Intermediate Pipe Fitting

  1. Disconnect the right rear intermediate pipe fitting (1) from the rear brake hose fitting.
  2. Cap the brake hose fitting to prevent brake fluid loss and contamination.
  3. Remove the right rear intermediate pipe from the vehicle.

Installation Procedure

  1. Install the right rear intermediate pipe to the vehicle.
  2. Position, but do not secure, the right rear intermediate pipe to the retaining clips.

Fig. 138: Right Rear Intermediate Pipe Fitting
Fig. 138: Right Rear Intermediate Pipe Fitting

CAUTION: Refer to Fastener Caution .

  1. Install the right rear intermediate pipe fitting (1) to the rear brake hose fitting and tighten the fitting to 18 (13 lb ft).

Fig. 139: Right Rear Rail Retaining Clips
Fig. 139: Right Rear Rail Retaining Clips

  1. Secure the right rear intermediate pipe to the right rear rail retaining clips (1).

Fig. 140: Right Rear Intermediate Pipe And Right Rail
Fig. 140: Right Rear Intermediate Pipe And Right Rail

  1. Secure the right rear intermediate pipe to the right rail retaining clips (1).

Fig. 141: Left Rear Intermediate Pipe
Fig. 141: Left Rear Intermediate Pipe

  1. Secure the right rear intermediate pipe to the retaining clips (1).

Fig. 142: Rear Floor Retaining Clips
Fig. 142: Rear Floor Retaining Clips

  1. Secure the right rear intermediate pipe to the rear floor retaining clips (1).
  2. Install the fuel tank. Refer to Fuel Tank Replacement (AWD) .

Fig. 143: Underbody Cross Sill Shield
Fig. 143: Underbody Cross Sill Shield

  1. Install the underbody cross sill shield (1) and the 2 nuts.

Fig. 144: Rear Intermediate Pipe
Fig. 144: Rear Intermediate Pipe

  1. Secure the right rear intermediate pipe to the front floor retaining clips (1).

Fig. 145: Rear Intermediate Pipe And Retaining Clip
Fig. 145: Rear Intermediate Pipe And Retaining Clip

  1. Secure the right rear intermediate pipe to the retaining clip (1).

Fig. 146: Front Brake Pipe Retaining Clips
Fig. 146: Front Brake Pipe Retaining Clips

  1. Secure the right rear intermediate pipe to the retaining clips (1).

Fig. 147: Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) And Rear Intermediate Pipe Fitting
Fig. 147: Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) And Rear Intermediate Pipe Fitting

  1. Connect the right rear intermediate pipe fitting (1) to the BPMV and tighten the fitting to 18 (13 lb ft).
  2. Install the battery. Refer to Battery Replacement .
  3. Bleed the hydraulic brake system. Refer to Hydraulic Brake System Bleeding (Manual), Hydraulic Brake System Bleeding (Pressure).

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