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Brale line replacement 1994 chrysler concorde

Hello.i have a brake fluid leak under the car mid way to the it best to change the line(s) from front to back?if so, what size are the fittings on either end of the lines? thanks.

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If it is the metal brake line you can cut the line with a pipe cutter and reattach it with a compression fitting

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