While replacing front brake pads, I (somehow) managed to brake the bleeder nozzle that goes in the top of my caliper. It's a 2007 Tacoma.
The threaded end is stuck inside the bolt socket and I was trying to get it out with a tap because, since it's a nozzle, it's hollow inside and I thought the tap would do it easily. However, the tap broke and the tip stayed inside, effectively plugging the hole.
My question is, is the broken tap tip a safe bet against the brake fluid leaking from the otherwise broken nozzle at least for a few days until I manage to find a solution to get it out and put a new bleeder in? Also, is there a better way to get it out?
Here is the proper bleeder on the other front wheel: