Hopefully someone can give their opinion here as to what might be happening.
I have an '06 156 1.6 (running fine on LPG).
On cornering, normally, the low brake fluid warning alarm has begun to come on.
Checked and the reservoir is low - but not dangerously!
Car is running fine so thought I will have to have a look very soon and see if there is some weeping somewhere.
On the way into work today, it struck me that the clutch system uses the same fluid.
Then I got a horrible feeling in the bottom of my stomach that it could be a slave cylinder and I think they are the central type withing the gearbox.
Had a look online and there are two types of slaves available, central and "external standard"
LPG stuff is above the g-box so couldn't have a proper look this morning
With an '06, am I more likely to have a central type?
Is slave cylinder failure common?
I presume it is split engine and box to do anything?
How long before complete failure??
Thanks in advance for your comments.