Fill the brake master cylinder up. Remove the wheel again. Clean the area with brake clean. Have someone apply the brakes and inspect for the leak.
I think you should have turned around immediately and gone back to the shop. I would inspect your brakes again.About a month ago, I had the tires changed on the front of my 2011 Escape. Figured it was a simple procedure but as soon as I drove away it was pulling hard to the right. I had swapped the left tire to the right and put the new tire on the left because of some noise thinking maybe the noise would follow the tire. I went ahead and swap the tires back later and it still pulls to the right. A week ago I jack the front end up and with the transmission in drive, I hear a noise from the right side. Took the tire off and the calipers off and everything looked okay. Assume that the bearing was going bad.. and had a friend of mine check with a local shop she works at to order one. However today I had to run to the store which was a short drive and the brake pedal went all the way to the floor at the store. I still have braking power but it starts to pull to the left as I apply brakes. I stopped in a parking lot and ran with brake pedal in and out then noticed a puddle of brake fluid on the ground as I backed away..
Now I'm not convinced that it's the bearing but it could be the calipers are seizing and I may have a problem with a brake line.
Anyone have any suggestions or comments? I'm kind of scratching my head right now before I put it back up on the jack stands
there's blinker fluid though… You have to check that100% likely your brake line there is no steering fluid in these vehicles.