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When I push on the break pedal oil comes out on the inside

As soon as I push the break fluid leaks on to the floor of the car but I still have breaks. Where is this coming from!??

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From the Break pipe or cylinder ....... when all the liquid had leaked you will no longer have working breaks so stop driving the car and have it picked up and taken to garage asap

Posted on Mar 29, 2014

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SOURCE: LOW BREAK PRASSURE HARD PEDAL

master cylinder needs to be rebuilt or replaced

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 suzuki Forenza....clutch pedal all the way to

If no fluid loss,then i would squeeze the fluid line (rubber part) to the slave cylinder. If you now have pressure in the pedal replace the slave cylinder. If still no pressure then change the clutch master cylinder.

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

SOURCE: ABS LIGHT AND BRAKE LIGHT COMES ON

please replace the rear brake shoes with brand new, not relined, purchased from the dealer. Also, replace all the rear brake hardware, springs, etc.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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SOURCE: the break tube from the right tire has rotted off

The front brake tube rotting off would cause you to have no pressure and letting the pedal hit the floor. The smoke from your rear tire is an indication that the rear brakes are not working properly, only one wheel is braking and it is overheating.
You can replace the front line yourself, but it has to have the air bled out after the new line is put on. Chances are pretty good that you need a whole lot more than just one line though. You'll be smart to replace both front lines.There is a good chance that the bleeder screws on the front calipers will break when you try to bleed them so be careful.
You would be wise to take it to a shop and have it checked over before you start to find out exactly what all you need to replace before you start.
This truck is DANGEROUS to be driving and should be fixed right away. If you are involved in an accident, your brakes will automaticly put you at fault and you could have some hefty bills because of that,so be careful. Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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SOURCE: brakes dont work

your brake servo is faulty, disconnect the thick black pipe that carries the vacume to it, blank the pipe and try, the pedal will be unassisted but work, if so it is not too technical to change the servo.

Posted on Nov 01, 2009

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Check the reservoir to be sure the fluid is full. If not, top it off and try it again. If there's still trouble building pressure, pump the brakes a bunch of times, and then check around each wheel for fluid on the ground. If you see none, it's possible that you have a break in the line somewhere through the chassis and that the fluid is leaking out inside. If you see no evidence of leakage, and the reservoir is still full, you need a new brake master cylinder - what will have happened is that the diaphragm around the plunger inside the master cylinder (which moves through the cylinder when you push the pedal, and forces fluid out to the wheels) has a hole or tear in it, so instead of pushing the fluid out to the brakes, the plunger simply moves through the fluid. It never builds pressure, and your brakes don't work.

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