Question about 1998 GMC Sierra
If this is on a flexible style hose to caliper, then clamp the caliper, remove the bolt and copper washers. Replace the washers, clean the area, make it free of corrosion and rebuild.
At a last resort, if you can't find replacement copper washers, then heat up the washers until soft, then rebuild quickly and tighten down.
Bleed that brake line, pump out the pedal and apply generous force to the pedal. Check the joint for any leaks once more.
Remember to clean any spilled brake fluid by splashing or hosing gently with water. Stay clear of any vehicle electrics.
Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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