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2001 chevy tahoe, brake line underneath rusted and leaking, how difficult is it to change out, and where can i find a print of where lines run

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If the lines are there, just look at them and that's where they go. When replacing, you do not need to follow exactly as long as the lines are protected and not hanging loose. Never use compression unions to replace a partial line. When bending either use a tube bender or make even radiuses with your hands but do not kink lines...once kinked, discard it and use another. Use pre-made lines and couple them with brass unions. How difficult it is depends upon your skill level.

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