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vw beetle: 1999 vw beetle

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1999 vw beetle
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: VW
Expert:  vwtech0405 replied 3 years ago.
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We have seen issue where the master cylinder will leak into the booster , remove the master cylinder and check for fluid signs especially if you have no external leaks in the vehicle we have seen brake fluid in the brake boater cause damage to the booster . I hope this helps .
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.
k the customer is bring new master and im just going change it out. I cannot find any leak, he says has to fill it least once a day
Expert:  vwtech0405 replied 3 years ago.
Ok no problem make sure the booster does not have brake fluid inside if it . I hope all this has helped
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