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Old 02-25-2007, 01:25 PM
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Anybody have any ideas how i can get my 1988 chrysler that if a brake line breaks that it will still have front or rear breaks as is a rear went and it had no breaks atall on my camaro when a line went on the back the front still alowed me to drive it home till i got it fixed any ideas would be great thanks

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What year Chrysler?

Maybe, it has a single reservoir master cylinder.
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I used a Master Cyl from a 1981 New Yorker which has twin ports, one for front and one for rear.

Two separate outlet pipes and two top up tanks.
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All American cars since '67 are required to have a split braking system, so if one system fails, you still have half your brakes to get you home. Yours must have had something else wrong with the "good" side.
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