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Old 05-29-2006, 07:43 AM   #1
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leaking brake fluid (help please)

i have just bought myself a 1996 25dt range rover and i dont no a thing about them. it drives brill but i have noticed brake fluid leaking from what appears to be the back chassis near the o/s rear wheel. can anyone suggest where it might be from. many thanks. squelley.
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Old 09-22-2006, 03:46 AM   #2
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Re: leaking brake fluid (help please)

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i have just bought myself a 1996 25dt range rover and i dont no a thing about them. it drives brill but i have noticed brake fluid leaking from what appears to be the back chassis near the o/s rear wheel. can anyone suggest where it might be from. many thanks. squelley.
The only way to find the leak is to get under there.

If you do need to replace fittings, they're probably metric with a 10x1mm thread on them.
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