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2002 ford focus brake line.

I replace the brake line in the back.now cannot get fluid to the brakes I check for air in the lines what iam doing wonrg

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If you have drum brakes in the back, they need adjusted out. If you didn't replace the drum you need to at least grind down the lip of rust at the edge of it. then adjust them.

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