Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
Cup on top of master cylinder needs to be filled every several weeks. Brakes are working fine but can't see any leaks at the wheel cylinders or elswhere. Any suggestions?
The fluid level will drop when the brake pads and or shoes wear thinner. A good way to check for a hydraulic fluid leak is Shut engine off step down on the brake pedal and hold it for 3 minutes. The pedal should not slowly drop. It will go down and hold.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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