Question about Ford Taurus
Missing fluid = a leak somewhere
common leaks points are the rear wheel cylinders and lines
if its leaking at the master then your booster should be wet
additionally, since you added fluid, the new fluid is probably sitting on top of air in the system and cannot get to the leak
just keep pumping and adding fluid until you find the external leaks
often it takes at least two bottles to get the leak going again
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
Hi! First check if the brake master cylinder has a leak. If there is, then replace the brake master cylinder. If the brake master looks good and no sign of fluid leakage, check the wheels if there are any marks of brake fluid. If a wheel has a leak then replace the brake caliper kits specially the brake piston seal for it may be worn. HOpe this helps and have a good one!
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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