Brake master concern on a 1987 325i!
I'm working on a 1987 325i. The brake fluid is coming into the drivers floor. Not by gushes but it has the carpets some what wet with brake fluid. I began to replace the master because I thought that it was coming from behind the master at the rod. It was dry but I replaced it any way, it was a little old and the rubber seal didn't look too healthy. As I filled the reservoir the fluid didn't top off to the full mark but began coming out of a tube that was on the side of the reservoir a little bit over the midway line where the two halves of the reservoir are bonded. It has a hose that connects to it and goes behind the brake booster and into the fire wall slightly above where it bolts up. Sorry this is so long...
Any way, my question: Is it normal for the fluid to come out of this little port, or nozzle? I'm not sure that it is but I'de rather ask people with more experience with this model than I do. It's my neighbors car and I want to do a good job for him.
It's my first technical question and it was long. Sorry to be a pest.