My daughter's 1996 Accord needed new tires and a few other things, and while test driving it after repair I stepped on the brakes a little harder than usual and heard and felt a "pop" in the rear. Bottom line is that the brake line to the right rear wheel was severely corroded above the fuel tank and finally let go. I had been looking at the lines in the front every time I change oil, but had not noticed that beginning about halfway back they were in poor condition. So I ended up replacing both brake lines and all three fuel lines, plus a new fuel tank and pump. Not as difficult a job as was the work on my old BMW (the line routing was pretty direct), but the Honda way of securing the five lines to the body with a plastic cage was somewhat weird and difficult to work with. I got help on this job from a good friend who is a much more capable and patient mechanic than I am. Anyway, I thought it might be interesting to someone who does not live in the rust belt and doesn't drive 24 year-old cars. The pictures really don't show most of the routing and lines, and they look more "sloppy" than they actually are. I used Nicopp tubing since that is what I used on the BMW and it worked well. The fuel supply line had a kink in it which we cut out later and spliced in a new section, not only did it have the kink but it ended up being about 1" too short to meet up with the nylon line coming down from the fuel pump.