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Camry 1994 front brake hose

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I am trying to exchange (leaking) the brake hose.

I don't seem to be able to unscrew the link between the solid brake line to the rubber hose. ( right side)
Already have damages the brass nut but even with a grip pliers I can't open it.

What the trick ? heat ? it looks as if it is a "normal righty tidy thread on the nut.

HELP !!!

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These connections usually require a (flare nut) or line wrench to remove it is a 6 point open ended wrench that will not spread under pressure. The grip pliers or vise grips usually will not work because of the soft brass used in the connection so the brake fluid will not corrode it. Good luck!

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