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Brake lines are bad going to the rear end ofmy 94 corolla with abs. how do i change them?

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You must replace the lines themselves, you CANNOT use a compression fitting and cut away the bad part,either replace the whole line or find a good spot cut and double flare the line so you can use a union fitting sorry no shortcuts

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