You may have a loose hose or a bleeder nipple that need tightening, also there may be a failed brake hose. Calipers rarely fault but this cannot be overlooked either, a quick check can be to wash down the wet section and top up the brake fluid, with the rear dry, watch while someone pumps the brake pedal. You should be able to see any fresh leaking. If a leak is located, it would be advisable to have it repaired there or get it towed to a workshop, driving with suspect brakes can be very dangerous. If you locate the leak and require further assistance please re-post on this thread for more information. Just looking at the pictures again, it looks as if the leak may be coming from around the master cylinder or a pipe as it appears that the leak is dripping off the steering rack boot as well. Can you advise if this is the case? The steering rack boot is the black rubber concertina boot on the steering rack.
Tuesday, September 4th, 2018 AT 9:01 PM