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Brake fluid disappearing. No sign of leakage. Where is it

 · Good call, tyreguy. I removed the master cylinder and found a large pool of brake fluid in the brake booster cavity. The replacement master cylinder is defective and the seal that surrounds the plunger is allowing brake fluid to leak into the brake booster.

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I just changed the wheel cylinders and brake shoes on my

 · I just changed the wheel cylinders and brake shoes on my wife's Toyota Corolla.After getting everything changed and put back together, I filled up the master cylinder with new brake fluid and we bled the brakes on all four wheels, since we got a bunch of air in the system, until there was a solid stream of fluid coming out of each of them.

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Dodge Ram Brake fluid is leaking Inspection Costs

Damaged Brake Line: Your car has both rubber and steel brake lines that carry fluid to and from the master cylinder. Both types are prone to wear and can be punctured. If this occurs, fluid will steadily leak out of the line. Failed Wheel Cylinder: On drum brakes, one of the most likely culprits is the wheel seal. These will fail over time and.

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What Causes Front Brakes to Lock Up?

 · The master cylinder system relies on seals leading to the brakes to maintain pressure so the brake system slides to a stop with ease. When the seals in the master cylinder break down, the pistons in the system do not return properly, and the line pressure to the brake pads becomes uneven.

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Never Ignore These 8 Warning Signs of Brake Problems

4. Leaking Fluid. If you're experiencing a soft brake pedal, have a service technician look for fluid leaking from the master cylinder or elsewhere in the brake system. The master cylinder is the unit that creates the power for your brakes. It has a reservoir like the one for your wiper fluid that contains brake ….

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4 Reasons Why Your Brake Pedal May Go Down to the Floor

 · If your master cylinder is going bad, a mechanic may be able to repair the master cylinder or a replacement may be needed, depending on the age and condition of the cylinder. If you notice your brake pedal is going down to the floor, you need to have your brakes and brake system inspected as soon as possible.

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AIR BRAKE SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING

4.) With the introduction of spring brakes, anti-compounding and 121 air brake systems, because a valve is leaking air out of its exhaust, does not mean the valve is at fault. If a spring brake is leaking from the the spring brake to the service brake side, that air will travel back up the service line and out the exhaust of the next valve back.

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Replaced Master Cylinder and Pedal Still Goes to Floor HELP

Running the master cylinder empty is no cause to replace it unless it was damaged by running the pedal over half way to the floor. You simply refill it, and if the lines still have fluid in them, you can just stroke the pedal lightly to work the air out of the lines next to the ports.

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7 Common Brake Caliper Sticking Causes

 · The brake hose allows brake fluid to flow to the braking system and back to the master cylinder. However, if there is a small breakage in the brake hose, the brake fluid will flow to the brake pistons but not back. This will cause the calipers to stick. This is not a very common problem, but I have noticed it in some cars.

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Replaced Master Cylinder and Pedal Still Goes to Floor HELP

Running the master cylinder empty is no cause to replace it unless it was damaged by running the pedal over half way to the floor. You simply refill it, and if the lines still have fluid in them, you can just stroke the pedal lightly to work the air out of the lines next to the ports.

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Why Is My Brake Pedal So Hard to Push and How do I Fix It?

 · Reconnect or replace this hose as necessary. Loosen the two nuts securing the master cylinder to the booster if this hose isn't leaking and start the engine. Lightly press on the brake pedal and listen for a hissing sound between the master and booster. The presence of this hissing indicates a leaking front seal on the booster.

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Wheel Cylinder Problem

 · The problem with the brakes was that the passenger side back wheel cylinder overreached until it leaked fluid. I heard this was a bad cylinder. I also heard you replace them in pairs. I put the new one on and put everything together. Upon bleeding the brakes and trying them from a started engine, the back right cylinder blew out again.

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If brake pedal is free of any binding conditions and return line is free of obstructions, remove the master cylinder cover. 8. Observe the brake fluid in the reservoir while rapidly depressing the brake pedal one inch. 9. Fluid surface should have some movement or spout in the forward reservoir section.

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Dodge truck brake problems have me stumped

 · Followed all the lines from the master cylinder to all four wheels, no sign of a leak. Pulled the rear drums, wheel cylinders dry. (Then I had my wife pump the brakes while I watched the master cylinder, before I put the drums back on. So now it has new wheel cylinders). That led me to believe that the problem was probably in the master cylinder.

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 · The bolts you tightend just hold the master to the booster. The master cylinder has seals on the back side. That is where the brake pedal pushrod pushes on the master cylindr piston, which has seals to prevent leaking. When they leak, they leak in that exact area. You are going to need a new master cylinder.

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SOLVED: What is wrong with your vehicle when brake fluid

What is wrong with your vehicle when brake fluid gets into the engine? Posted by Anonymous on Sep 03, . Want Answer 0. Clicking this will make more experts see the question and we will remind you when it gets answered. ... Cant happen brakes and lines dont go into the motor or even close enough to get in there unless someone put it in there.

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new brake master cylinder leaking same as old one

 · my brake master cylinder was leaking at the mounting flange to the vacuum brake booster. I replaced it with a re-manufactured one and it's leaking in the same spot. Coincidence? Did i get a bad one? Is the piston from the vacuum brake booster misadjusted and pushing the piston in the master brake cylinder in too far and compromising the seal.

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Dodge truck brake problems have me stumped

 · Followed all the lines from the master cylinder to all four wheels, no sign of a leak. Pulled the rear drums, wheel cylinders dry. (Then I had my wife pump the brakes while I watched the master cylinder, before I put the drums back on. So now it has new wheel cylinders). That led me to believe that the problem was probably in the master cylinder.

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Dodge truck brake problems have me stumped

 · Followed all the lines from the master cylinder to all four wheels, no sign of a leak. Pulled the rear drums, wheel cylinders dry. (Then I had my wife pump the brakes while I watched the master cylinder, before I put the drums back on. So now it has new wheel cylinders). That led me to believe that the problem was probably in the master cylinder.

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Brake Problems: How To Find Out What's Wrong

 · If you brake hard and you feel that the pressure on the brake pedal slowly decreases, then it's likely that there may be a leak in the system. This 'sinking pedal' issue could mean that the master cylinder or a brake hose is leaking somewhere. 4. Check Brake Discs. The brake discs are usually visible through the spokes in your wheel.

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Brakes Sticking: The Possible Problems and Fixes

 · Brake fluid leaking at the rear of the master cylinder bore indicates worn internal seals, which necessitates a master cylinder replacement. Obtain and install a new or remanufactured master cylinder, change the brake fluid, bleed the entire brake system, inspect each wheel and clean up any brake ….

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Resolved: Brake fluid leaks from top of master cylinder

Also be sure that it's really leaking from the top, and isn't leaking from the seals between the reservoir and the master cylinder. When those seals die, you get all the drips of a reservoir leak except for on the reservoir itself, and since the reservoir is often dirty and oily it can fool you into thinking the leak is coming from higher up than it is.

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AIR BRAKE SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING

4.) With the introduction of spring brakes, anti-compounding and 121 air brake systems, because a valve is leaking air out of its exhaust, does not mean the valve is at fault. If a spring brake is leaking from the the spring brake to the service brake side, that air will travel back up the service line and out the exhaust of the next valve back.

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5 ways to bleed your brakes: Get the air out

 · As such, we've put together five different ways to get old brake fluid and air out and fresh brake fluid in. No matter the method, the prep is the same: soak the bleed screws in penetrating oil, siphon as much rotten crud out of the reservoir as possible, add fresh brake fluid, start with the bleed screw furthest away from the master cylinder.

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What's wrong with my truck's brakes?

But since it's only one, I'd suspcect a bad wheel brake cylinder. Since your problem seems to be connected to the parking brake, it could be that the drum brakes are assembled improperly. You could also have a bad master cylinder combined with a bad proportioning valve, but I'd start with looking at the way the brakes are assembled.

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Leaking master cylinder

 · The cylinder was leaking from the top...the disc on the top of the cylinder body was loose, and discharged brake fluid as soon as the system was pressurized. On to master cylinder number four!!!...and I will use NEW copper washers yet again.... I now have removal of the master cylinder down to 16 minutes....so at least I got that going for me!.

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