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Unread 05-23-2011, 12:56 PM   #1
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I have a 1998 Cherokee Sport four door. 4.0 L stright 6 engine, automatic transmission. my brake lines blew leaks last week. I have been able to replace the front line with out any real issues, my problem is replacing the brake line from the master cylinder to the rear brakes, i got the front undone, pulled the line away from the line holders, went to undo the rear fitting and i do not have enough room to even use a socket set. and idea on how to do this? I was also wondering if i could just bleed the brakes as normal or if i had to do something diffrent or special when i got the new lines on and ready to go. I drove about 15 miles or so down shifting and using my hand brake because i had to get home to my child. any help would be awsome.

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brake lines , brakes , rear brakes

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