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Old 04-25-2005
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No Rear Brakes...

Ladies and Gentlemen, my baby blue ranger is in the shop because, and I'll explain this in my terms so it's easier because I know nothing about cars, the little blockish looking thing above rear axle started leaking brake fluid. I lost pressure in my brake pedal and my ABS and Emergency brake light is on. It was only a matter of time I guess before the pressure built up and the little block went whacko. It's called a junction box right?

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Yes, Sonya, or a junction block, more like it.

I had mine off recently when I put in my new rear axle. Maybe the lines just came loose on it. Hopefully that's all as that will not be expensive at all. Even if that little block is bad, it's not so much money really -- guess it'll be mostly labor.

Hope you get it back soon.
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lol...I like how you explained it...I have no idea
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