Question about 1993 Plymouth Voyager
The only fluid that can be leaking from the rear axle on a front wheel drive would be brake fluid. You probably have a leaking wheel cylinder. It may only be a matter of time before you do start to lose your stopping capability. However, if it is a wheel cylinder they are only held in by two bolts and a hose. You will probably twist the hose off trying to remove it from the cylinder. You will have to buy new straight piece of brake line with ends and bend it into a shape that fits and is not interfered with by moving suspension parts. But is possible to fix cheaply if you do the work. Bleeding the system instructions are on the master cylinder. Start at the back and work your way up. My 93 is still on the road. I am guessing that rust will be what finishes it off . You will need generic brake line, dot brake fluid, wheel cylinder, and new brake shoes(do both sides).
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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