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

That is true, you wouldn't expect a new part to fail. But it can sometimes happen with OEM, just as it does with NOS.

Have you contacted DMCH yet to discuss the problem?

vin 6585 "X"

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Eric Pool <ericpool@...> wrote:
> I can understand having the problem with a 20 year old part but this  
> is only a couple years old. The original one leaked really bad and I  
> went over the front half of the frame in POR-15. This time it just  
> leaked a very small amount so I think the frame will be ok. Like I  
> said before it seems to have stopped for now but I will have to see  
> what it does when it gets cold.
> Eric Thomas Pool
> Project Analyst
> Information Technology
> Office - 778-6148
> Pager - 127 (12896)


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