But Mad North-Northwest
Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: SF Bay Area, CA
Got it, I thought you were putting teflon on the plugs that replaced the bleeders that should've been there.
The leak was definitely from the 5mm plugs on both calipers. I checked all other areas of the brake system for leaks and nothing was wet. As mentioned, the master cylinder was empty and when I pressed the brake pedal rolling backwards down my driveway, the pedal went to the floor and there wasn't anything.
This is the '86 listed in your sig? The MC reservoir should have a divider about halfway up such that even if you lose all the fluid out the front, the rear reservoir will still be half full and your rear brakes will function.
Or are we talking about some older car with single-circuit brakes?
1963 Giulia Spider (1750 engine)
Former: 1987 Milano Gold