On 20 Sep 2006 21:14:51 -0700, " firstname.lastname@example.org"
It is normal, all disc brake cars have the brake fluid level drop
over time - there are no adjusters returning the pistons to the same
starting position like in drum brakes.
The pistons move out a millionth of an inch (or two) at a time as
the brake pads wear, and the system takes a little more fluid volume
as the pistons move out.
--<< Bruce >>--
chck the seal between the booster and master cylinder, vacumm sucks in the
fluid and it ends up getting burned in the engine.
also have the complicated booster/air systme checked fluid could be pooling
in an area not normal open to exposure
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