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For the past week or so there's been oil of something leaking onto my brake pedal, dont know where its coming from?? toyota camry '90

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It sounds like your brake master cylinder is starting to leak. Check the brake fluid level and see if it has dropped any. You can rebuild the cylinder with a rebuild kit that has new seals, but unless you have worked with hydraulics before, you are better off just replacing it. It looks like a rebuilt master cylinder from ClearlyAuto.com runs between $34 and $41 before core charge and shipping. Don't forget to bleed the brakes before driving.

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It is probably brake fluid from a bad master cylinder gasket . This can be fixed with a master cylinder kit. Do you have problems with your breaks ? If it is a standard tranny instead of automatic it could be fuild from the clutch. Check the fluid levels for any or both cylinders.

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