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I recently replaced the rear brake cylinder on my 1985 ss monte carlo passenger side the brake line does not readily screw in what can I do. What kind of adaptor do I need.

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Take the part number and the brake line to a parts store for help

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SOURCE: I recently replaced a rear brake line on my 85 ss

It should not be a mystery. Loosen one of the fittings on your new line to see if brake fluid is present. If so, the problem lies downstream from that point! Good luck!

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