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How to stop break leak took built out put back but squirts when brake is presed

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What bolt did you remove? If you removed the bleeder screw make sure its tight. If you removed the bolt going though the fitting for the brake line make sure the copper washer are in place and not damaged.

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Does it leak in a threaded area? if so maybe not in secure or when tightening it you crossed the treads.

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I haven\'t see clearly what it happened behind the wheel,but I believe you probably have either burst brake hose or brake caliper leak fron the piston. Now if is the brake hose follow this procedure.: Jack up the car,put a stand for safety,remove the wheel to have easy access. If the caliper is located towards dash direction turn the wheel to the right,if is on the front of the wheel turn it to the left,Open the bonnet and go by the brakes master cylinder which is the one who has the canister with the brake fluid in. Remove the cap and suck out the remained brake fluid. Go back to the wheel and by using an 8-9mm or 10-11mm spanner loose the top of the hose connected to the metallic pipe comes from master cylinder. Remove the clip holding the hose on the bracket, Then come back to the wheel where the other end is connected and loose the bolt or the nut or unscrewed the hose itself from the caliper. Bear in mind that if is with bolt and is a hole end hose should be 2 bronze washers,do not loose them. buy new hose, go fitting vice versa and tight everything. Fill the canister on the master cylinder and give it few gentle brake pumps from the brake pedal, Go back to the wheel and open the brake bleeding nipple which is located on the caliper and loose it. Leave it loose till the brake fluid comes out without bubbles,just clean fluid. You must also go on the other side and do the same for bleeding. Always follow the topping up fluid the canister. when ready as you do self bleeding way, put the wheel back off the stand and jack and start the car and apply brakes to confirm that the brakes are working correctly.. if is the caliper leak then you must ask an expert to do it for you. Good luck.

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SOURCE: brake leak and brake pedal to the floor to stop

First, I always recommend replacing brakes and bearings by the axle (in other words, both front wheels or both rear wheels). The reason for this is that likely as not the other side of the axle has the same problem and is also failing or ready to fail... Having said that I think that the most likely cause of this particular problem is a leaking brake hose. It is common for mechanics to mistakenly let the caliper assembly hang by the hose during service work... if this is the case then the guys who did the bearings should replace the hose and bleed the system. If this is what happened then you are totally right to ask them to do this as it is a safety issue!

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SOURCE: back right brake caliper leaking brake fluid

Sounds like the brake line is just rusted, you'll probably have to change the brake line and then bleed the brakes

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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