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Diagram for 1996 brake lines plymouth breeze

Rear drivers line is broken, need to know where to find route

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Diagrams are next to non existent

Have to duplicate what is there,always
been that way

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Need a diagram for 2000 plymouth voyager brake lines

Diagrams are next to non existent

Have to duplicate what is there,always
been that way

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1999 plymouth breeze, heater only works in defrost mode. car also has air conditioning and only works on this setting. All heater fan sppeds work tho

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