Question about Buick Century
Sounds like the O-ring in the piston is leaking ( slave cylinder ).
with the parking brake off, remove the wheel and brake drum,, at that point it should be very clear where the fluid is coming from. to replace the cylinder it would be a good idea to get a shop manual so you can see a picture of all the parts and the correct order of re-install. you will need to bleed the brake line after the new cylinder is installed and adjust the tension. if you are not mechanically inclinde - you should just stop by a brake shop and it should only take about a hour or less to fix ( $45 - $75 bucks )(?).
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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