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Removing the rear brake shoes

\015 Brake pedal went tofloor and found reservoir empty. Need to replace the rear shoes but still don't know where the fluid went... cannot find any evidence of leaks.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-03-2018

Answers :

It could be the master cylinder leaking back into the power booster. If there's enough room remove the nuts holding it and without disconnecting the anything else see if you can pull it out enough to shine a light to see if there is any brake fluid in the power booster. It should be dry in there. If there's brake fluid in there, reinstall the nuts before trying to disconnect the brake lines and be sure to get all of the brake fluid out of the power booster before you install the new master cylinder.
Some of it went into the slaves as the shoe material was worn away.
\015\012Brakes are pretty important to have and to have work correctly. If you are not absolutely certain what you are doing and how it is to be done properly, please don't do it. Have this repair done by a professional.
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