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You have a leak somewhere, while pushing on the brake, have someone look under the car to see if the leak can be seen. It can be anywhere since the brake lines run from front to back of the car. DO NOT drive the car in this condition.
i don't think you should take a chance and drive your car like that cause your brake pedal can go to the floor causing you to have no brakes and possibly get in to an accident.if there is fluid leaking from the middle of the car,then it must be the rear brake line which runs under the car on the drivers side all the way to the back wheels.this is a metal line,so it's most likely rusted out and needs to be replaced ASAP.i replaced the one on my 93 corolla which was leaking right where you say yours is leaking from.JUST REMEMBER,REPLACE THIS LINE FIRST,THEN BLEED THE BRAKES.DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DRIVE IT LIKE THAT BECAUSE YOU WILL HAVE NO BRAKES AS SOON AS THE LITTLE BIT OF BRAKE FLUID THAT IS LEFT,RUNS OUT.I HOPE THIS INFORMATION HELPS. TAKE CARE AND GOOD LUCK, MANNY
nope just reconnect it all up, the tranny lines are only an transmission oil cooler, it is not under pressure like the brake lines. system will be fine. when you put the hoses back on and fill the system up leave the cap off while running the car making sure the coolant is at the top of the radiator, this will flow through the entire system and force any air pockets out of it once all bubbling has stopped and fluid is still at the top put cap back on and your set. air pockets can cause the car to heat up.