How to Remove a Rusted Brake Line?

Answer Rusted brake lines occur in severe weather conditions, usually snow. The salt they use to melt the snow can cause the brake lines to rust or corrode. A rusted brake line will need to be removed to ... Read More »

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How to Repair a Rusted Brake Line?

There are two ways to repair a rusted brake line and it all depends on how much of the line is rusted and where. If the vehicle has been up north and the salt has gotten to it to the extent that mo... Read More »

How to Loosen a Rusted Brake Line?

Loosening and removing any rusty part can be a challenge, but removing a rusted brake line can be even tougher. That's because brake line fittings can be rounded off with a wrench fairly easily, wh... Read More »

How to Remove Rusted Brake Drums?

The external contracting brake was the original drum brake used on vehicles in the late-1800s to early-1900s. This braking system had a single strap or cable made of steel that wrapped around a dru... Read More »

How to Remove Extremely Rusted Brake Lines?

Because of their location under the car and near the wheels, automotive brake lines are subjected to moisture, dirt and road salt that can get trapped near the fittings. If the brake lines are not ... Read More »