Q: Accidentally put steering fluid into the brake fluid

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Accidentally put steering fluid into the brake fluid sucked it out will i be ok

My car has 34250 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there:

You’re going to want to flush your brake fluid lines as soon as possible; as power steering fluid and brake fluid are different types of hydraulic fluid designed to work in different hydraulic-based systems. You can contact one of our professional mobile mechanics complete a brake system flush to resolve this issue.

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