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Wondering the routing of the brake lines to the passenger rear wheel

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I`m assuming that you are going to replace the brake line,so just follow the line from the wheel towards the front of the car to the first connection were the line will run between.then bleed brakes until there is no air coming out of the bleeder screw.

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