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Old 24 Mar 2008, 12:27 pm
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Default 1995 Accord EX brake hard lines R&R?

1995 Accord EX 4dr. w/ rear drum brakes has major rust under vehicle. 1 line rotted out. I am thinking that I will change out all hard lines at same time (fuel lines also a concern). broke off left rear bleed port trying to use it. Next one (front right) did not budge after penetrating oil applied and left to soak. Help with procedures to access splitter ports and hard line pieces and cylinder replacements appreciated. I looked through the forum and did not see any other listings with regards to rotted hardlines. Is this common?
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