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Fluid leaking around tire, spattering into wheel well.

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First things first. Are the car brakes working? Is there a trouble light on in the dash? If the fluid is an oily reddish color it may be brake fluid, in which case the car should not be driven until a repair is done. If the fluid is green or pink in color it may be coolant , in which case have the coolong system checked for leaks.

Posted on Mar 22, 2014

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SOURCE: Brake fluid leaking on rear passenger wheel

ok there should be a square inlet on the end of the line you probably have to replace the gasket on it or poibly simply tighten it

Posted on Oct 24, 2008

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SOURCE: fluid leak on rear right side near tire.

if it is sure break fluid. then you have to change break master cylinder, if your car rear wheel drive that might be shaft oil and vibration come from a worn rear wheel bearing.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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SOURCE: brake fluid leaking alot and now noticed fluid from rear tires

if your car has rear drum then the wheel cylinders could be leaking and in need of replacement. If it has rear disc brakes then it could be leaking fluid where the brake hose goes into the caliper or the brake hose my be worn or have a hole in it. Or it could be a a brake line. You should have it checked because you don't want air getting into the braking system.

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SOURCE: Front driver side wheel is leaking brake fluid all

Front brakes if they are disc it is a caliper if they are drum you havve wheel cylinders. Call the parts store give them the year and they will get you the right part

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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SOURCE: leaking brake fluid from the rear tires.

remove the rear tires and the brake drums and check and see if the wheel cylinders are leaking

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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