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Old 03-18-2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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Icon2 94 accord lx brake fluid leak

I spend more money on breaker fluid than gas!
My drive way is wet from the fluid leaking on the right front wheel.
Where is this coming from?
How do I fix it?
How much for the part?
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Default Re: 94 accord lx brake fluid leak

There are only 2 most common areas that it might come from is the caliper or the rubber brake line attaching to the caliper or a rusty brake line. You should give us more complete information as we do not see your car on the forum. Year, make, model, miles, did you work on the brakes before this happens. I hope you are exaggerating when you said you spend more on brake fluid than gas as if it leaks this much and it costing you more than gas then your car should have no brakes.
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Default Re: 94 accord lx brake fluid leak

Originally Posted by Bad_dude View Post
You should give us more complete information as we do not see your car on the forum. Year, make, model,
Exactly. Post a picture of the area, investigate, pull the wheel off. Help us help you.
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Default Re: 94 accord lx brake fluid leak

I had to replace both of my front rubber lines because they were leaking. I replaced one side and then the other side sprung a leak. Look at the lines and see if they appear wet from brake fluid.
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