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Leaking brake fluid from the middle of car 2000 grand marguis

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Sounds like a brake line is cracked and leaking. Stop driving that car until you fix this. Break fluid leaks can cause sudden loss of hydraulic pressure and a complete break failure.

Posted on Mar 22, 2011

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