You have a leak in the caliper piston most likely due to rust which causes brake fluid to leak past the rubber seal. To fix, you have to either rebuild the caliper yourself or buy a rebuilt caliper from the parts store. If you buy a rebuilt caliper, it will come loaded or unloaded. Loaded = comes with brake pads. Unloaded = caliper by itself (no pads).
If a coolant leak were caused by brake work, I'd never have that person work on my brakes - ever. Just the brakes, I would think it highly unlikely that it would result in a coolant leak. If they were replacing the master cylinder, then I could see a possibility of someone inadvertently causing a coolant leak, but that would still even be a stretch.
you might have a vacuum leak in your intake manifold
I have to believe that it would be a bad wheel cylinder that controls the back brakes.
Possibly a broken motor mount. If it runs good otherwise one cause can be a vacuum leak. The check engine light should be on if it is a vacuum leak.
vacaum leak or bad throttle position sensor. gm Jim
Because air is in constant supply - thus, a leak in the system won't necessarily render the brakes inoperable, whereas, with hydraulic brakes, the fluid would leak out until it had emptied.
Check for a vacuum leak around the throtle body and intake manifold.
you have brake fluid leak in your brake system somewhere that need to be check.
a small evap leak would not cause your car to jerk.
On a vehicle equipped with power brakes the answer is yes. The P/B booster works on vacuum, so if the leak were severe enough it would make the brake pedal be very hard to push. Other than that, as vacuum leak would have no effect on braking.
vacuum leak 65 power brakes run off a vacuum, when you apply your brakes you stop the air leak. 65;
you have to find where the leak is first.
A small hole in the fuse line would cause a gas leak on a 1994 Honda Accord LX. In addition, a hole in the actual fuel tank would cause a leak.
I would not expect a valve cover leak to cause a car to stall. A valve cover leak can fill the spark plug area with oil which can cause rough running.
Well a leak in the tubing, maybe it has corroded away?
The brakes will not work correctly!From there it depends on in what way it failed.Failure can:Cause the rear brakes to not work at allCause the rear brakes to lock uncontrollablyCause the brake fluid to leak out.And if its just sticky cause a nasty combination of the above.My Renault Fuego had to have the bloody poorly designed valve repaired about every six months. It shut off the rear brakes when it failed.
radiator leak. try adding " leak stop"
no, but having a vacuum leak at the power booster will. IF so, you will have to replace the booster.
Your power brake booster may be defective. You may have a vacuum leak or the booster itself could need replacing.
I would suspect a defective Master Cylinder. Fluid leak.
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You could strip the threads and cause a leak very easily.
shooting it with a gun