Question about 1996 Dodge Caravan
You'll need brake line wrenches, this will help you to prevent stripping the heads on the break line screws. Also it depends on whether you are making your own break lines or you are already buying the pieces premade (which I advise doing if you have never flared lines before). Before actually going to get the parts I would take all lines off that need to be replaced, this way you will know exactly how much you will need. This will also help you know the size line and what type of of threading you will need on the ends. I would follow all the lines before taking the tank out, you can sometimes by pass this. Please post more info after you have gotten that far and I'll be sure to follow up. Brake lines and brakes are kind of my speciality.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
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