Question about 1999 Mercury Sable
I have a 1999 Sable with brake line fluid leak in middle of chassis by driver door(underneath) There is an unusual part joining front & back brake lines that is leaking on both ends. It looks like rubber grommets are the joint to the brake lines. It is hard to see because I am in Michigan and we have snow, salt, water, dirt, mud and it's hard to find time to crawl under rusty vehicle to look thoroughly at the leaking joint in 20F and 20MPH winds. Brake light is on and pedal goes to floor. I keep filling fluid but leak is out of hand. Does anyone know what kind of part joins lines together in mid-chassis? Why isn't line continuous to back? Why the break & add another part? I thought I would ask before I 1) buy a service manual & figure it out myself. 2) Take it to dealer & pay $$$. I am poor & trying to make ends meet. Thank you for any help !! If I have an answer, I can call friends that will work for beer. Thanks - Superbuuck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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