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My aurora just got a new brake hose because when

My aurora just got a new brake hose because when i pore brake fluid in it is not staying full but it didnt make a difference because it still isnt stay fuel ane the low brake fluid light is constantly on what else could the problrm

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One of your wheel brake cylinders is leaking.
Under the car, look at each wheel on the "back" side. There will be leaking fluid marks on the rims and the tires.

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