These instructions are detailed to swapping brake lines to stainless steel. Techna-Fit Brake line can be bought at www.brakeswap.com
.. if you have purchased other types of brake lines, you can still use this walk-through, with a few exceptions pertaining to using which tool on your new particular lines.
Hope you all have the basics of the simple rule of "Left Loose, Right Tight" when it comes to working on a car. Take all garage/installtion precautions, such as wearing eye protection and use your head when it comes to working around the car, especially one that is off the ground. Brake Fluid is harmful to painted surfaces, do not allow any part of the brake fluid touch the body of the car.
I'll get to the point, here are the tools that you will need for the job:
-10mm flare-nut wrench
-10mm deep socket ratchet
-12mm deep socket ratchet
-8mm combination wrench
-10mm combination wrench
-12 mm combination wrench
-17mm combination wrench
-9/16 combination wrench
-11/16 combination wrench
-Needle nose pliers
-2 bottles of 500mL Motul Brake fluid (or 1 litre of brake fluid of your choice)
-Can of Liquid Wrench/PB Blaster or any other anti-seize spray
-Brake Cleaner Spray
-Oil drain pan OR newspaper
and if I miss anything, then you can PM me to put it up here for a list of tools to have up here.
1) Jack up the car so that you can have all the wheels off the ground. This will also be easier for 4-caliper bleeding when you are done with the installation of the lines. This also helps with understanding how the lines installed if you mess something up, you'll have easy access to the other side of the car for reference.
2) Remove wheels off the car, clean neccessary areas with brake cleaner and spray the connectors with Liquid Wrench.. lay out the new brake lines out and count the parts to make sure you got everything in the package