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2001 silverado 4wd.abs pump ,brake line schematic(for the pump)two

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2001 silverado 4wd.abs pump ,brake line schematic(for the pump)two on bottom,three on top.which of the two bottom ones is the front mc line looking at from front to back

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Hi Matt,5.3 standard cab,8'bed 4wd 4wabs.The three female outlets on top of the abs pump(located under the drivers seat on the frame)are literally outlets.the bottom two are inlets from the master cylinder.I took the lines off six months ago never dreaming no one made them.Now that I finally found the lines(cnc bent etc.)I've forgotten which of the two lower orfices in the abs module are for the front master cylinder brake line in to the module,obviously which ever is for the front the other is for the rear.And I'm aware the rear line on the master cyl is the front brakes.which hole in the abs is for the front master cyl output line(line in to abs module)Carey

Sorry it took me a few. I had to run out to my own truck to answer your question since I could not find a diagram from GM..

Here is a picture showing which line is which.



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Customer: replied 8 years ago.

Hi Matt,

Exactly what I needed! I'm a certified master mechanic with 40 years in the business.

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