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98 Ford Explorer Brake Line Twisted

I had the car inspected and they said the left front brake hose is twisted. Just wondered if anyone knew where this hose is and how to fix it?
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  • michelewill Jul 07, 2008

    Thanks for your help. It only had to be taken off, untwisted, and put right back on and it passed inspection!!

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This hose located at left front behind the brake disk, when the repair man fix your break who didn’t put right, when he put in was twisted.

  1. Do you know how to put a pat on you disk?
  2. Do you have tools to fix your brake?

If you know and you have the tools, that you can try, and I am willing to help.

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

  • Frank Chen Jul 07, 2008

    good! you have alrady passed the inspection.

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