There are numerous Hyundai Brake Lines and Brake Hoses used to connect the action portion of the braking system to the brake master cylinders. The brake lines and hoses are the conduits that transfer the pressurized hydraulic fluid so the pistons in the calipers and wheel cylinders can be moved in your Hyundai.
The placement of the Hyundai brake hoses is in places where flexibility is required in connecting two different points of this system. The only place where this flexibility is required is in the front wheel assemblies. This allows for the front wheels to be able to turn and still have the conduits of the braking system in place no matter what position the wheel are in when your Hyundai is maneuvering on the road. The brake hoses are made of a reinforced polymer that in time will develop cracks in it. This is when a rupture in this section of the braking system can occur making it necessary for parts to be replace before brake failure happens.
The brake lines in this stopping system are the main conduits used to transfer the pressurized brake fluid to where it is needed. These are small diameter lines that are shaped to fit the contours of the Hyundai on the underside of it. This way when objects are passed over on the road, they will not get entangled in one and be torn off of the vehicle. They are metal and are prone to becoming rusted over time due to their exposure to the elements the vehicle is exposed to during its years of service to the owner. It is in the rusted section of the line where a rupture can occur that will have to be properly address to keep this closed loop system functioning.