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Old 11-22-10, 04:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Brake Issue!

I'm losing fluid but don't see where it's going, no wet spots on ground or in rims.
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does it have rear drum or disc brakes? did you pull the rear drums?
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Legends don't have drum brakes. All brakes are disc...
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Have you resolved the fluid loss. My brother has the same issue.
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yes, mine was leaking from where the lines bolt to the MC. The crazy part was it only happened when it was hot out.
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Its your brake booster gone bad most likely. I had the same problem yrs ago and replaced it with no further issues. Most recommend replacing the master cylinder at the same time cause the are like timing belt and water pump combo.
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Numerous things can cause brake fluid loss. Brake lines, caliper piston, master cylinder and as mentioned the booster. The only thing you can do is trouble shoot.

Clean all areas with degreaser, look for signs of brake fluid. If you can't see where the fluid is going more than likely the booster is where it's hiding.
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Hi all Brakes are main part of the Tire side and i think we want to changed oil after few month and maintain the tire after one and half month this is good for Tire life.
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I think the Low Brake Fluid level is the first issue of brake problem. There are not any other way to check this problem. You have met the problem as soon as possible.
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