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The brake fliud was leaking from the back drivers side tire..my husband stopped the leak but the brakes are very loose and cannot stop suddenly if have to..what to do about this?

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  • taylorholly2 Jan 02, 2011

    he stopped the by replacing the wheel cylinder ...its not leaking anymore but the brakes are going to the floor to stop the car...he has been bleeding the lines but it does not seem to help.

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Need more info.. how did your husband stop the leak? Could be air in the lines and the brakes need to be bled.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

  • taylorholly2 Jan 02, 2011

    He fixed the leak by replacing the brakeware wheel cylinder...the leak has stopped. Does he have to bleed the lines from each tire? or is there some other way to do it? thanks,holly

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    Mical Caterina Jan 02, 2011

    Yes he has to do it in sequence pass rear, dr rear, pass frt then dr frt. That gets air out of the system starting with furthest point to nearest

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