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I have a 92 cavalier wgn and the brake fluid is leaking very fast but there is no visible leaks. the break grabs on the right front but not the left. there is unpredictable preasure on the peddle but mostly soft to nothing there for resistance. i dont know if the back drums are garbing at all. my pads are getting quite low but it dosnt explain why it all of a suddin began this trouble. im a layman but pulled off the tires and inspected. help!

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Hi
If you cant find the leak then ost likely it will be the master cylinder, thats the part that holds the fluid check behind it as sometimes the fluid can run down and into the car meaning you dont see the leak out side, look for any dampend areas as this fliud evaporates quite quickly so again you may not see the leak.

Let me know if you have more info and I will see if I can help

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Dan

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