Question about 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix
I see fluid coming from the parking break cable, on the driver side tire.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check to see if the brake line is leaking. If it’s not , it is probably the slave cylinder. Remove the wheel, take the brake drum off and you should see the cylinder. If it is a disk brake. You have the inside brake pad plunge seal leaking. Sorry I don’t remember if the brakes are disk or drum, and I don’t have my books close. Either way it is a relatively easy fix. Parts are readily available at the auto parts store.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
Brake rubber flex line could be collapsed,,or kinked,,,i suggest loosening of the line at the master cylinder distribution block (this will give you the ability of loosening off one line at a time,,and have some one push the brake pedal down,,if you see fluid at this point then you know it has to be the line or the caliper.
if you get no pressure from the distribution block then its the master cylinders fault
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
The brake line screws into the back of the drum or caliper depending on if you have disc or drum brakes, it also screws into the metal line coming up the axle. Unscrew it at both ends and replace it with the new one. You will then have to bleed or get the air out of the new line. Make sure that the master cylinder under the hood is full, then have someone sit in the car and press the brake pedal down while you loosen the bleed screw, located in the same area of the line, before they let the pedal back up make sure you close the bleeder screw. Do this a few times til nothing but fluid comes out, top off the master cylinder and you are good to go. Good luck and dont forget to rate.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Your transmission fluid runs to your cooling system to cool the transmission oil. So, in answer to your question, one of the two transmission lines (one in, bottom and one out, top) could be leaking from the cooling system.
Bring your vehicle in for a cooling system pressure check. Another thing to keep in mind when inspecting leaks is that where you see the leak may not necessarily be where the leak is from. While the leak will drip down, the wind from when you're driving will splatter the leak all over the under-carriage of your vehicle making it look like leaks are happening where they in fact, are not.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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