Join Date: May 2004
Location: Morganville, NJ
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the cap doesn't completely seal, it's vented so the fluid will push back out the top.
It's very hard to get it to leak between the master and booster, there's a seal in there and the master goes into the booster about 1.5" or so.
Normally any fluid will just pour into the booster, and when you start the car, it will burn the fluid that gets sucked into the intake through the vacuum hose.
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