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1991 nissan stanza brakes

I was pulling out of a parking spot,felt a pop whike compressing the brake pedal and my brakes went to the floor.After getting home 3 blocks later ther was a trail of brake fluid in the garage and my brakes were all but gone.

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Your master cylinder rear seal is most likely shot. Check to see where the fluid is actually leaking from. If it is coming from the rear of the master cylinder, flush against the brake booster, replace the master cylinder.

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