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Every time i push the brake it leaks out of the little thing that is connected behind the tire(where the nuts connect the tire). the car sat over night and it continued to leak.

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This is either the bleeder valve or the brake line. In either case, you can try tightening. If it is the bleeder, you can also try replacing the bleeder. If it will not stop the leak, you may need a new cylinder in the drum. Please let me know if you have more questions.

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