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I was out driving my 2004 Honda Pilot and noticed the brakes weren't working properly then the brake light came on the dash to let me know the fluid was low. I had it towed home and found the leak. Any recommendations for fixing it? Its a bit odd because the passenger side line looks pretty clean compared to the drivers.
 

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Any recommendations for fixing it?
Yes, recommendation no. 1) Do it right away before driving anymore.

A brake line leak is like Texas: Don't mess with it.
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True. Definitely not using compression fittings. It's leaking on the steel line side where its pretty rusty. I need part number 46340-S3V-A00 or I can cut the line back to a clean part of the line and do a double flare I believe its called but it looks like its so rusty I'm probably going to be taking the hose connected to it with it and everything so I'm just trying to figure out at this point the best way of doing it.

Its the rear drivers side so it looks to me its number 5 in the diagram

 

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True. Definitely not using compression fittings. It's leaking on the steel line side where its pretty rusty. I need part number 46340-S3V-A00 or I can cut the line back to a clean part of the line and do a double flare I believe its called but it looks like its so rusty I'm probably going to be taking the hose connected to it with it and everything so I'm just trying to figure out at this point the best way of doing it.

Its the rear drivers side so it looks to me its number 5 in the diagram

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The only update is the Piloteers Rockauto 5% discount code above has expired.
It's so sad when that happens, both no update from the OP and an expired RA code. :(

The silver lining is that if you go back up to post #2 and click on the little upward-facing arrow at the top of the Rockauto quote I inserted, it will take you back to the original quoted post where RA has updated their discount code.
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