How to Stop Brake Fluid Leak

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Commonly used DOT 3 & 4 brake fluids are well known for their ability to damage paint. Here’s a quick tip to stop brake fluid leak and keep your engine compartment looking its best.

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7 Responses to “How to Stop Brake Fluid Leak”
  1. Danny

    How to Prevent Brake Fluid Leaking! My Wilwood Reservoir on my car actually leaks fluid down my firewall and has removed the paint!

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Danny. Your seal is out on the back of your Master… I would contact Wilwood and and see what they can do for you…
      If you haven’t owned it long they may replace it with minimal cost to you. They make great products and stand behind what they make.
      Thanks
      Mark-CCRC

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    • Customer Service

      Hello David,

      We appreciate your feedback and it has been forwarded to the proper department. Your comments are important to us and help with the development of new programs and offers. We will continue to listen and work hard for your complete satisfaction.

      Thanks,
      Becky CCRC Video Membership

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  2. Travis

    You got to be kidding me, if you need to watch a video on how to literally not spill a fluid your pouring in your vehicle you literally have no business working on any vehicle…. The video is titled ” How to stop brake fluid leak ” when in reality it should be titled ” How to not spill brake fluid when refilling reservoir “.
    I came here to see how to stop brake fluid leaking (from engine) , not how to stop brake fluid leaking when you have single digit I.Q.’s.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Travis,

      We appreciate your feedback and it has been forwarded to the proper department. Your comments are important to us and help with the development of new programs and offers. We will continue to listen and work hard for your complete satisfaction.

      Thanks,

      Becky
      Classic Car Restoration Club Video Membership

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