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11-26-2009 08:34 PM
350chevrolet ^ that would make sense i completely forgot about that!!! yeah the ebrake cable runs down the center of the jeep and then t's off and a separate cable goes to each drum. thats got to be it, but mine are black i think. might just be dirt/oil/grime from 200,000+ miles of driving the thing tho.
11-26-2009 07:21 PM
scooter62
Line

Sounds like the emergency brake cable.
11-26-2009 02:43 PM
stevens243 What year TJ and which tranny?

My 06 six speed doesn't have anything like that running there...

Post the pic.
11-26-2009 01:53 PM
350chevrolet need pic. the fuel and rear brake lines both run down the drivers side of the frame tho so that shouldnt be it.
11-26-2009 01:09 PM
blp5172
Orange line near my exhaust pipe????

Just installed a new Cat-back system and it is smoking a bit, i realize it probably will for a day or so but im concerned that it is pretty close to an orange line that im not sure what it is. Could this be brake line or fuel? It is orange underneath but covered with some kind of protective material.

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