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I have good breaks in frount. Back is not getting

I have good breaks in frount. Back is not getting fluid. fluid from master to distrabution block is good but from the block to the break line to the back is none. what should I do

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Most likely rellted to the rear wheel cylinder. You need to remove the tire, probably replace the brake shoes if they are wet with fluid, wipe down brake drum with carb or brake cleaner, install new wheel cylinder and put everything else back together. Wheel cylinder is available through most auto parts outlets. Probaby less than $15.

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