Q: Q: How do I check brake fluid?

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How do I check brake fluid?

The brake fluid in your vehicle ensure safe stopping. Without brake fluid, the brakes will not function properly. To check the brake fluid.

  1. Locate the brake fluid container under the hood.

  2. Find where the fluid falls between Min and Max.

  3. If the levels are within normal range, do not add any.

  4. If the levels are low, add some brake fluid.

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