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Posted by Anonymous on
Chances are that you have a leak somewhere. You need to get under there and look. If there aren't any leaks then likely the brake master cylinder is internally bypassing (fluid going around the internal seals) and needs to be replaced. Check the fluid level in the master first....If it's low, look for leaks, beginning at the rear of the master where it attaches to the booster and working your way down through the system from there.
Posted on May 16, 2010
Brake leak need to fine how to fix and what bolts to use and hose/ Buick 1995 or 96 shylark found leak but bolt at fire wall is rusted and need to ss what size and how to,,, thanks Chief
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