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Looking at the abs from the left front, the far left line goes to the driver front and the 2nd goes to the passenger left I think but I am not sure of the two right lines that I believe go to the back brakes. almost impossible to trace lines along firewall and I need to at lease to replace the passenger front brake line.

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They go to the back

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