I had jumped on another thread at first but thought I would just start a new one with pics if anyone has to do the job. Still not completed because of a line that will not come apart but working on it.
Here are some pics of before I started and where it stands now:
Pic of new line which I feed in starting at engine, was not difficult.
Pic of part number, around 20 dollars. Dealer told me this is the only one they stock.
Rear line showing rust.
Again rear line with rust, those black clips that hold the line in place are held into the body with one plastic clip on the opposite side of view. I lubbed the plastic up with wd40 or similar and was able to snap the metal line out to replace without popping the whole set up out by holding other lines in place and putting a screw driver under bad line to pry off. About 4 or 5 places they are held in with these holders.
I found after I got that line off, I needed to replace the one that feeds the front drivers side, it was also badly rusted and leaking. Here are the feeder lines for both. To remove them knowing I was going to replace them I cut them where needed including right above where they are attached. Made it easier with a rachet and a long socket to take them off. No sense trying to fish them out.
Here is my issue now, I took the one bolt off holding this clip in place which holds the front feeder brake line in place and you can see in the pic above. I am having a heck of a time getting that metal feed off to replace with a new one on this pic. Even tried some heat but will not budge. I would really like to get it off without having to cut the hose. Any thoughts here would help. Right now the way it is showing I could even put a jar of some penetrating fluid and actually dip the whole thing into it and let it soak and give it a day to see what happens.
Here is the new real ine attached: