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I am replacing my 2004 cmax front calipers. The new ones don't have the connector to screw on the flex brake pipes, so I am going to have to remove the old ones and screw them into the new calipers. What 'sealer' should I apply to the threads to prevent brake fluid leakage?
 

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I am replacing my 2004 cmax front callipers. The new ones don't have the connector to screw on the flex brake pipes, so I am going to have to remove the old ones and screw them into the new callipers. What 'sealer' should I apply to the threads to prevent brake fluid leakage?
I've answered my own question. There is no 'connector' for the brake pipe to screw on to - the pipe screws straight into the calliper. This was no help to me fitting the new Discs and Callipers because I couldn't remove the Calliper Brackets - the bracket bolts were both seized solid. My DIY failed and the car has to go to the garage. Oh well; a new learning curve.
 
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