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There are two metal lines coming off engine that rusted and has a leak and they come down so far and connect to two lines that go to the rear of the van.

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There are 3 types of lines that go to the rear of a car. If you have a van with rear heater, they could be coolant lines for the heater. These would be about 1.25 inch in diameter.
There are 2-3 lines from the fuel tank to the engine compartment. One is the fuel line, one is the evaporation control line. If a third, it might be a return line for overpressure. These lines are about 0.5 inches in diameter.
The brake lines for the back wheels will go from the brake system master cylinder to the wheels. These lines are about 0.25 inch in diameter.
If any of these is leaking, it will have to be repaired. Please let us know if you have questions.

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