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I've got a 96 town and country van i replaced the

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The bolt that holds the line to the caliper is called a banjo bolt. It needs a copper seal on the top where the head of the bolt meets the line and one at the bottom between where the line meets the caliper. You should be able to get a replacement bolt and new seals in the HELP section of your local auto parts store, if this does not stop the leak there must be a problem with the caliper threads themselves and you might have to exchange it for another one at your parts store.

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