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I have breke fluid leaking from my right rear tire what is wrong with my truck?

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Are you sure it's brake fluid? did you check the brake fluid level? If it's indeed low your brake caliper could be the culprit. If the brake fluid is good then it could be an axle seal.

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Most likely the seal has failed on the caliper or wheel cylinder inside the brake drum.leaking part needs to be replaced,and brakes will need to be bled.

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