When a brake line is leaking on the Chevy Venture the brake line should be replaced as soon as possible. A leak, however small, can cause hydraulic fluid to escape the brake line which will cause a loss in brake pressure. The brakes should be bled of air after the new line is put in to remove gaps in brake pedal pressure.
There is no safe way to repair a broken or leaking brake line. The line or tubing that is leaking must be replaced or a new piece of tube, spliced into the line with fittings, to replace the leaking area.
Seal in brake caliper is leaking and needs replacement Flexible brake line to the caliper is leaking and needs replacement
It is important to replace a brake line at the first sign of leaking. A brake line is a fairly simple repair, first you must remove the old line using two wrenches on the hex bolts. Then you screw the new brake line in place using the wrenches and replace fluid.
brake fluid leaking from a brake drum indicates the brake slave cylander on that wheel is leaking and needs to be replaced you will not see the actual leak with out removing the brake drum
I would replace the line....ughh
Yes, you can get your brake line repaired at Midas, Car X, Firestone, Goodyear which is really good with fixing brake lines and you can also take your car into the dealership.
it should be in line under the drivers side door along the frame possibly attached to the brake line as well.
Either a brake line/flexi line has blown, a union has failed or a wheel cylinder is leaking. Do not drive the vehicle until it is repaired, diagonally opposite brakes are inoperative.
The drain line for the cowl is stopped up or the windshield is leaking.
You must remove it, fit a new one and then bleed the brakes to remove the air in the new line.
Probable causes: Low or no fluid in reservoir; Worn brake pads/shoes; Air in brake lines; Leaking brake line.
You could have a leaking wheel brake cylinder. It could also be a bad brake line or a bad master cylinder.
The proportioning valve is on the drivers side in the rear, just follow the brake line from the wheel cylinder, rubber line, you will see it at the end of this line.
If you fill your brake fluid up (im assuming you know how to do this) then pump your brakes. Let it set for awhile then check the fluid level, if it is low then check under the car. there would be fluid somewhere down the side of the car where the brake lines run. (on the ground or the actual wires might be wet.) If you are losing fluid but have no leak then it could possibly be leaking into the firewall. case-an-point if your losing fluid you have a leak.
Unfortunately, there is no "fix" for a leaky brake line other than completely replacing it. Brake lines are under extreme pressure and NOTHING will stop the leak. Attempts at patching a brake line only endanger the occupants in the vehicle when it busts free (and it will)posing a crash hazard. If you have very thick soled shoes, and a very strong left leg, you might try opening the drivers door and dragging your foot. Otherwise, PLEASE have a qualified technician replace that brake line!
You add brake fluid to the mastercylinder that is under the hood on the drivers side on the firewall close to the hood hinge. It will have a top that snaps off and it should have a line in it that will let you know when it's full.
If it is just plain water, then you have either a leaking windshield or more than likely a stopped up A/C drain line. Look under the car passenger side and find the drain line and unclog it. If, on the other hand you have coolant leaking, then you have a leaking heater core, which must be replaced. Taste and smell the liquid. If it smells and taste sweet it is coolant and not just water.
I'm going to say there's probably a hole in your brake line.
The clutch master cylindar is most likely leaking. It's literally a hydraulic piston attached to the clutch pedal. It is also possible that brake fluid is leaking from the brake master cylendar and running down the line to the clutch pedal, ending up inside.
Because there are a leaking vacum line or loose hose from the inlet manifool to the brake Boster hose. Check for leaking air or loose clamps to the hose
Find the source of the leak. Most likely areas are a brake line at the wheels, or the master cylinder at the upper part of the firewall in the engine compartment.
Loose connection? Stripped fitting (cross threaded or overtightened) Broken brake line?
The brake line will have a retaining nut on each end of the line. Loosen the retaining nuts. Reverse the process to install the new brake line.
Depends on what the person is charging in for lol