I have a 95 Jeep ZJ that I need to either junk it or fix it. its been parked for 18 months under a pine tree at a friends house 250 miles away. it was running fine when I parked it - but time and rust took a toll on one of the brake lines that exits the rear of the abs pump and heads down the frame rail towards the rear. certainly no fun to get to. the Jeep is very much a hooptie but I was looking forward to driving it this winter and letting one of the boys have it next year. it has 110k miles on it and it has always been reliable - but the PO and rust have not been kind to it. anyway... I opened the door and was met by the smell of death... found one dead mouse. there certainly could be more. that brake line is hard to get the fitting behind the abs pump. is it actually reachable or do you need to remove the pump? is it worth it? sigh.... I will either call the junk yard, or tow it home and fix it here. I believe that the fittings are all different sizes and are metric, just to add to the fun - which can make the repair lengthly and require many trips to the store and or parts hunting.