Best why to check brake fluid leak

Asked by Jul 29, 2016 at 02:05 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I think the leak is the rear back line going to
the drivers back wheel it's a slow leak need
some advice is.there a.solution I can ad to
the brake fluid to stop the leak is

2 Answers

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Better to get the leak fixed, it may just be a brake cylinder. They don't make anything like a quick-fix "stop-leak" additive for brakes for obvious reasons.

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If its leaking there will be brake fluid (wetness) somewhere along the line. Follow the brake lines to the back, where its wet, its leaking. If a line is leaking it needs to be replaced. If not check the calipers. If there's wetness around the seals, they're leaking and need to be replaced.

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