Originally Posted by SSEimatt93
It would be worth it to just replace the M/C The last thing you want is that leak getting alot worse or air getting into the lines. Price one out at Autozone, they arent to hard to change out and install.
Right; I had to do mine last summer for exactly the same problem.
It was pretty easy to do. The biggest problem turned out to be the two roll pins that attach the reservoir to the top of the master cylinder. (You usually re-use the existing plastic reservoir; only the master cylinder itself is replaced.) They're a really tight fit and you have to knock them through and out with a small punch. Mine were kind of rusty on the ends, so I had to press them through from the side with the least amount of rust, in order to avoid splitting the retainer holes that pass through the bottom of the reservoir. Other than that, it was pretty straightforward to do.