Question about 1997 GMC Sonoma
You can, but its not the best way. I would advise to replace the whole length of line or where there is a union. Make sure its perfect, or have a repair shop do it. You cant take chances with brakes. Special tools are needed and it needs to be routed and retained correctly.
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