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    Default Rear Brake Pipe

    Have a small leak in brake line running behind fuel tank.

    I have a 2.0 Dti Estate. On ramps or stands it is difficult to get access to see or feel whats going on. Really dont want to drop the tank.

    Can see pipe either side of tank in wheel areas. Is it possible to cut either end and then feed through a new copper section and join with flared fittings.

    Does anybody have a picture or diagram of underneath showing how the brake pipes run. Dont want to cut into pipe either end and find out i have a bit in middle under the tank going somewere.

    Note that this pipe runs up over a crossmember and along back of tank.

    Any help much appreciated.

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    Default Estate brake pipe replacement

    Had an MOT advisory note for these same brake pipes on my estate -the two that run from the front of the car to the back.

    Do you have to drop the tank for access or can can it be done another way?

    Thanks,
    Dave

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    Default estate brake pipes

    Quote Originally Posted by Dancer View Post
    Have a small leak in brake line running behind fuel tank.

    I have a 2.0 Dti Estate. On ramps or stands it is difficult to get access to see or feel whats going on. Really dont want to drop the tank.

    Can see pipe either side of tank in wheel areas. Is it possible to cut either end and then feed through a new copper section and join with flared fittings.

    Does anybody have a picture or diagram of underneath showing how the brake pipes run. Dont want to cut into pipe either end and find out i have a bit in middle under the tank going somewere.

    Note that this pipe runs up over a crossmember and along back of tank.

    Any help much appreciated.
    Hi Dancer,
    I know its a long time since your post but were you able to replace pipes without dropping the tank?
    Dave

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