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I'm going to replace the flexible rubber brake line on the passenger side front of the truck. It is the line that comes from the hardline and connects to the caliper. Once replaced I should only have to bleed that caliper, correct? I think that's the case but I wanted some input. Thanks
 

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Yes, you only have to bleed the single caliper that you are replacing.
 

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Just make sure your reservoir does not tun dry. If it does, the answer might be different.
 

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I'll keep an eye on the reservoir and some extra fluid on hand just in case.
 

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Thanks for the input guys, I changed the line and bled the caliper. Very easy job.
 
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