Question about 1989 Ford Ranger
I have a 1989 Ford Ranger 4 Cylinder the brake line is leaking behind the fuel tank
I belive it is a plastic line is their an easy way to fix it not having to remove the fuel tank
Andreas I also have a 1989 Ford Ranger with a 2.3L that is leaking brake fluid from this area. I plan on working on it this weekend but I did not plan on removing the fuel tank. This would be a major problem because of the rusted tank straps. I will probably replace the length of steel break line that I assume goes from the rear anti lock brake module to the flexible hose that goes from the frame to the rear axil. Wish me luck because I don't have a lot of money and hope the Michigan rusted parts will come loose.
You can just feed a new line over the tank and try to clip it onto the existing one. Best of luck, hope the job goes ok.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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