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I have a leak in the middle of the steel line on the rear brake on the driver's side next to the gas tank. Can you tell me how to fix it? The truck is a k1500 series.

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You need to replace the entire section of line from end to end from/to the nearest fittings. It is unwise and unsafe to do this any other way. In replacing, you can use several sections of new line, joined by pressure couplers (solid, not kind with ferrules) in order to attain the proper length. Keep measurements as close as possible so there is not a lot of "leftover" at either end. It's not necessary to exactly follow old routing providing your install does not rub on anything or interfere with linkages etc. (don't forget engine and trans move as does suspension.

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The whole line will have to be replaced.Take it to a proper garage and have them do the work.May need special bleeding proceeders to obtain the correct brake pedal.

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