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Old 09-18-2006, 01:48 AM   #11
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It'* only about a 3 to 4 min. drive to the garage and I can use the emergency brake if necessary. Thanks again
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If you do drive it up there, be very careful man. Let us know when you get it fixed.
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You could install a pair of vice grips on that one line above the leak to get you to the shop.
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You could install a pair of vice grips on that one line above the leak to get you to the shop.
On the rubber hose, not the metal part. And expect the car to pull badly to one side when you do this.
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