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Both front brakes are leaking brake fluid/Lexus es 300 1993

I own a lexus es 300. both front brakes are leaking (****) brake fluid. I had a mechanic check it out today, he said it was the brake hose/line. by the time I got home, the drivers side had started doing the same thing. The mechanic said that both lines had gone bad. True?? Could it be an evenbigger problem since they both started (****) within a few days apart? Hope not!?

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Probably not. you won't know though till it is taken apart. the worst i think is the calipers are frozen. but most likely you can swap the hoses out and it will be fine. good luck and if you have any more question please ask

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