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Brake oil leaking at the weels - 1987 Ford EXP

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Your brake piston seals have failed. It's time for a brake job, ASAP.
Don't drive it.
If you do must drive it, make sure to top off the brake fluid reservoir first and go only as far as the closest brake shop to get it fixed.

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