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Brake line for 94 Chevy S-10 pickup

Instrument panel displaying Brake light. Put brake fluid in & pressed brake pad just to hear a noise like it spitting out just underneath my driver side door. I dont know how to find what kind of replacement brake line I need to get? Help!

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    Ed Rada Jan 30, 2009

    I have a small hole in the brake line just below the drivers side door . I have a coupling about 4 inches moving towards the master cylinder. Can I just replace the section that has the leak without replacing the whole brake line.



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Thats a common placc for them to rust out you will need 10 feet of 1/4 in. brake line that will go front to back

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Working on 94 chev sieera ,it had no brake lights , had signal lights n park lights ,cross a wire on brake switch now truck will not go.had to turn on key to get power to brake switch .drove truck into shop .any help would be great ,tks roger

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