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Q: How do I check the brake fluid?

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How do I check the brake fluid?

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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