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Brake actuator John Hodge 8-13-17  
2002 Damon Daybreak between the bottom 2 bolts on the round piece the actuator bolts to for the auto park under the chassis there is a 1/8" hole which is leaking fluid? It looks to be a factory hole and auto park works fine just have to keep filling reservoir under the hood. Any suggestions why fluid is coming from the small hole? Over pressure?
Re: brake actuator Bubba The Bus Tech 8-14-17  
The actuator is leaking or the output shaft seal on the trans is leaking. Either way this is a serious safety hazard.

The brake is being coated in oil and it will fail and your unit will roll away, sooner rather than later.
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