Re: [DML] Re: Brake Fluid Leak
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Re: [DML] Re: Brake Fluid Leak

Actually I have - I did it to myself when I accidentially put the 
reservoir on the wrong way around. It then pushes up against the tap for 
the servo vacuum. It causes a large leak when using a pressure bleeder 
but I may not have noticed otherwise.

It's also vital that you don't let brake fluid hang around on your 
chassis for very long!


Dave Swingle wrote:
> I've never seen them leak there. Make sure the tank isn't cracked. 
> Dave S
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Eric Pool" <ericpool@...> wrote:
>> Has anyone had a problem with a small brake fluid leak from the master cyl. tank? Mine seams to leak at the seals between the tank and the master. The master is only a couple years old with only about 200 miles on it (purchased from DMCH). It also only seams to leak during winter storage. Any help would be great!

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