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How to bleed the brakes of a 2002 astro


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Water on driver floor and recently very wet on backseat floor after a heavy rain. Been happening and getting worse. Also, trunk is always damp and usually water on inside of trunk lid. Had checked out:...


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If the car is a manual its likely to be clutch fluid from the master cylinder.

Cheers John

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