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It should be coming from a damaged line or valve. This is not a DIY fix and you should either take it into a shop or call in a good mobile mechanic to assist you. A bad line can sometimes be repaired depending on where the leak is (st the end of the line) and it can be dangerous for you to disconnect a hydraulic line under pressure. If you call a local shop, be sure you explain the problem and they can recommend one for you (if you chose that option). Thanks for bringing your question to Just Answer. Get back to me if you need more input from me as all follow ups are included in our fee.
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