Question about 1978 Chevrolet Chevette
Fill up your brake fluid,
have someone step on the brakes, while you look to see where it is leaking from..
if you cant see in properly, remove the wheel..
steel brake lines?...probably rusted out from normal aging..
you may have to wipe down the lines with a rag 1st, to clean them up a bit, before looking for leaks.
hope this helps.
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