Originally Posted by alia90
well i checked the lines there fine its the brake HOSE that snapped where the brakes are. heres a few pictures.
I know what you said, but when you are all said and done, you may be forced into replacing the line too, especially if not careful. You need to be using a high quality flare wrench. As said, visegrips for the block that the line threads into. If you get the fitting to come loose, you must be very careful, as the line is likely corroded to the inside of the fitting, causing it to twist as you turn the fitting. If this happens, you will twist the line off. Only recourse with what you have, is to unscrew the hose block off the line, keeping the fitting still. Screw the new hose on, and tighten it the same way. You may have to manipulate the line to get the hose pointed in the right direction. Its a right hand thread, turn it counter clockwise to loosen it.