Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: San Juan Capistrano
Weird thing is, almost all you mention is brake pedal feel. I feel no change in the effort to push the pedal. Car stops as it always has. Hopefully it's just a bad MC and not the whole booster.
No, that makes sense. The booster hasn't been harmed (yet) by the presence of brake fluid. And the MC is working OK - it's just leaking fluid from its rear seal.
You could run this way forever as long as you added brake fluid periodically - sort of like dealing with an engine that burns/leaks oil but otherwise has good oil pressure and compression.
The issue is that eventually the brake fluid will damage the booster diaphragm. At that point, your brake pedal will become harder. And of course, you look silly with all that white smoke on every hard turn!
San Juan Capistrano, CA
'65 Guilia Sprint GT