Question about 1994 Toyota Pickup
On my '87 the leak was at the master cylinder but I couldn't find it until i pulled the rubber boot over the rod between the pedal and the master cylinder. The leaking fluid was being kept there by the boot. Of course make sure you bled the system completely when you replaced the slave cylinder.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
Yes change the master,follow the lines make sure there isnt anything else in the system,sometines a check valve or somethin
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