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I imagine you are talking about a Brake bleeder screw. Some good autoparts stores will carry these parts. These are usually in storage bins for nuts and bolts or behind the service counters.
The parts are necessary for bleeding the brakes, but not too many are sold. Usually they snap off and the Caliper or Brake cylinder must be removed and tapped or replaced.
If you can not find a parts store which carries them, use the Internet and search for the part under that header. You may need to look by size, like 5/16 or 1/4 or 3/8 or a millimeter size.
They usually cost $2-$4 each. If you can find a cooperative parts store, one may have a caliper or wheel cylinder for your car. Then it would be possible to remove the bleeder and size it for your needs.
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Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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