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Old 10-25-2011, 12:14 AM   #1
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Break line leaking

Folks need some help my break line is leaking on the right front wheel. It just sudden. Any suggestion?
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R & R, it's the only thing you can do.. If it's getting on the rotor and pad it could cause a malfunction. Not to mention if you loose enough fluid you'll have no brakes. Take it to a shop and get it fixed with a warranty. Shouldn't be that bad of a job. I'd say a couple hundred : line, new fluid, possible rotor/ pad replacement + labor. It can add up quick. But peace of mind is priceless
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Re: Break line leaking

could just be the brake line from the caliper to the hard line, check the connections (will need a brake line wrench not a standard size I dont believe)
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Thanks , I will bring my car to a shop get it fix today. And have peace of mind )
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Good man, best to let a professional work on something Like that if your not familiar with how a brake system works. It sounds like its leaking a pretty good amount of fluid to be noticed like that. Hopefully its something small like our friend above me mentioned here^. Best of luck man, stay safe.
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