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My brakes dont work the rubber hose is leaking in the back/92 olds cutlessciera how do i fix my brake line and the pipes

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The rubber hose you buy at the auto parts store.
If you have rusted and leaking hard lines,they also have them. But you have to cut,bend and flair,the ends yourself. No other way .

Posted on May 15, 2010

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If it is the rubber line attaching to the caliper, you need to replace the short rubber hose. The hoses do wear out over time from all the flexing stress involved. All parts stores sell them.
If the leak is from a steel line, that section of line will have to be replaced. Not likely any GM dealer would still carry a parts line for a discontinued Cutlass, nor would any parts store ever carry brake line sections (except for the rubber hoses). One could find the same section from a salvage yard, or have a shop construct the broken section from brake line tubing, with proper fittings at each end.
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, apower brakes have no pressure when pedal pushed, no brake line leaks, pushes hard when engine turned off acts like power assist is leaking thru


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I believe my brake fluid leaked out of a 24 year old rubber hose


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unless modifications were made to the factory settings then you can go to any parts store ad buy a brake line. there is a hard metal line that runs from the master cylinder to the back of the car and then there is a rubber hose that connects the hardline to the brake system. that is all you will have to replace.

remove the tire and check and see, you may be able to see it by jacking up the car and crawling under it. all you need is a wrench and a new hose, you will have to bleed your brakes after replacing the hose.

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is the brake pedal soft or go to the floor? you could have a rusted out or pinched metal brake line, or the rubber brake hose could be clogged, you must trace the hose and metal line back to the master and look for leaks or rust, then unscrew the line from the master and make sure you get fluid there while depressing the pedal, and just keep disconnecting down the line until you get fluid to the caliper be sure your bleeder screw is not just clogged with rust remove it all the way and depress the pedal to see if you have fluid there please rate -jeff

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