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I have a 2007 nissan altima, and i have to put brake fluid in it about every week or two. i checked the master cylinder and i saw no fluid that had leaked out around the tubes or no drips anywhere around it...what could be the problem?

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The leak may be in the brake lines or near the breaks itself. I would recommend that the car be brought to the shop if you do not see any leaks on the items I have mentioned to avoid accidents.

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