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How do I check the brake fluid?

A: It’s very easy to check your brake fluid le...

It’s very easy to check your brake fluid levels. Simply open your hood, and locate the brake fluid reservoir. The reservoir will have a minimum line, and a maximum line, and the brake fluid level should fall between these two lines.

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