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All fluid is right we didn't have to brake lose any tranny. lines so no air in line

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What vehicle are you talking about? What is the problem?

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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: brake lines still have air after bleeding

  • Bleeding brake system. Assuming you are using the old pump and open method.Tried and true., most of the time. I've rin across the same peoblem as you.. easy fix. gravity bleed !
  • fill brake master cylinder,leave coverloose.
  • starting at the wheel farthest from the master cylinder, open the bleeder .tap the metal brake line lightly watching the fluid coming out of bleeder. If not steady leave open until it is dripping steady. close and move to the left rear and same process, and then right front, finally left frt. open bleeders about half turn and close each one without over doing it. Master cylinder fluid level needs to be watched and not allowed to gorun out. Do not pum brales to help. let gravity do it all. This is a one man bleeding process I've used for over 30 yrs. Good Luck

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SOURCE: 97 sebring with rusted brake line

the line is about 25.00 and labor about the same ,50.00 total, hope this helps you, thanks robert b.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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SOURCE: The brake line between the rear wheels is leaking

DO NOT DRIVE THIS VEHICLE!!! Make sure the line nuts are tight. If they are then the line will need to be replaced, and the brakes bled to purge the air from the brake system, which is why the brake pedal is going to the floor. I would HIGHLY reccommend you have this vehicle towed to a qualified repair shop.

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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SOURCE: left front brake locked up. Changed master

If left front brake is binding it will cause brake fluid to boil which inturn causes air in system, then soft pedal. [may also explain lock up].

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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