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1992 Chevy Beretta rear brake system

I need a diagram for a 1992 Chevy Beretta's rear brake system. I have a bad leak and need to see what it is I'm doing. Thanks!

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Most likelly your wheel cilinders are leaking you need to pull the drums and you will see it right away, but if not go to autozone.com and you can buy the repair information for that specific car, just look for alldata.

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Is there a parts list anywhere for rear brakes for a 1995 chevy beretta


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