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Brakes i was driving and the brakes suddenly stopped. then I checked and the break fluid was leaking.

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I keep loosing break pressure and I have to keep pumping my breaks is this a major problem

1.could be you need break fluid
2,break pads getting low.
3.slave cylinder faulty.
4.master cylinder faulty.
5.air in the system
6. get it checked out asap and dont drive it just incase your breaks stop working.

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My break peddal goes all the way to the floor and break fluid is leaking out by the back right tire area why

Sounds like the brake wheel cylinder is leaking check the master cylinder and it will low or empty.

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Break problem

Don't break the brakes.
this is serious.
get it fixed now. do not drive car.
fronts are80% so, is very dangerous to drive

1: is there brake fluid leaks
2: is the MC (master cylinder , full of DOT3/4? fluid?
3; if MC fluid drops there is a leak.
that is 3 steps of many.

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My buick is leaking break fluid behind the firewall (what my mechanic said) I replaced the line less than 6 months ago along w/ the passenger side front cylinder. I lost my brakes while driving, i...

you might not have the flare nut tight enough and it is always a good practice to re tighten things on a car a few days after driving around a bit to make sure it is hasent come loose on you check out the fittings first

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Sounds like a brake line is cracked and leaking. Stop driving that car until you fix this. Break fluid leaks can cause sudden loss of hydraulic pressure and a complete break failure.

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First off.. STOP DRIVING IT. Check brake fluid level. I highly suspect a leak and you need to have someone look at ASAP before you get into an accident.

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The break pedal goes clear to the floor and the truck doesn't stop. Used the hand break to stop.

You have low or no brake fluid...check the brake fluid resivor. good luck

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The first think I would do is check to make sure you have enough brake fluid to operate the brake caliper. Should be a simple fluid check under your hood. If it is low, then your brakes will be spongy and the car will take much longer to stop. If problem persists definitely have a mechanic or the dealer check this out as it is very dangerous when you can't stop!

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I have a 1975 chevyvan 30 motorhome. The brake warning light came on on the dash. Checked fluid and it was low so added fluid. When stopped I can pump the brakes up firm but when motor running the pedal...

Air in the lines, or a leakey line or caliper, do you see any fluid leaking on the rims? or under the car? if not they prolly just need to be bled.

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