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I have a blown brake line how do I get the line off to replace it.

(1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500)
in Toledo, OH on December 29, 2014
The leak appears to be just under where the cab starts on the driver side it's after the abs module. There appears to be one near the middle of the undercarraige directly to the left of the first leak mentioned.
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of Greg's Orange Auto on December 30, 2014
AGREE WITH ZIPTIE
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on December 30, 2014
Have you ever made your own brake lines before? Double-flare tool? If not , I would suggest a professional , for your own safety.
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on March 08, 2015
I had the same leak and found that the line was under recall so I called the Chevy Dealer and they picked up my truck and fixed the line at no cost. They said the cab caused the leak over time. I think that is the same problem you are having let me know OK. Good luck.
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