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Old 04-21-2008, 08:29 PM   #1
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Saw a little stain on driveway. Looked underneath and saw fluid dripping from my rear driver side brake area. Its dripping down the tire. Any idea what it could be? I dropped it off to be looked in the morning but im curious as to what it might be. I'm hoping its only a brake line.

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probably just brake line.

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color? hopefully just a those sealing cups or whatever they are called in the drums..

fill with brake fluid and keep it monitored.
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wheel cylinder leak?
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Old 04-21-2008, 10:20 PM   #5
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color? hopefully just a those sealing cups or whatever they are called in the drums..

fill with brake fluid and keep it monitored.
No, get it fixed, dont EVER mess around when it comes to brakes PERIOD! New wheel cylinders are cheap. While I am at it, you should never just add brake fluid. If it is low you need to find out why (leak or brake pads/shoes worn).
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True, unless you have training with brakes, get it done.

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