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have a 99 ram 1500 that the brakes whent out on me friday morning. made it home and parked the thing to find the master cylinder was emty filled it up and cannot find where all the fluid has gone to. it is holding fluid now but still cannot find a leak anywhere can anyone help?
 

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After the master cylinder has emptied, you have to bleed the entire system. once that's done you'll find your leak. Your wheel cylinder could be leaking, that would be hard to detect since it's inside the drum.
 

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SOmetimes the vacumn booster leaks, and it goes in there. Just a thought.
 

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look behind your gas tank several people have had the line rust thru in that location
 

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agree with dsertdog56........have had 3 masters leak from the back side in to the booster in two ram's . :SPIN:
 

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no found the leak..looked at night first time with flashlight, looked today, and found the rubber brake lines are goosed in two places, need to replace those lines, and the lines running the frmae are getting close.....thanks for all your help
 
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