What type of brake fluid does a Honda Civic take?

1 Answer:
  • Lilian Ee
    DOT 4 brake fluid
    DOT 4 brake fluid is usually used for high-performance vehicles and race cars. However, you can also use DOT 4 for regular vehicles if the manufacturer of the car allows it.
  • Is brake fluid flush necessary?

    Brake fluid flushes are recommended every 30,000 miles or 2 years, depending on your driving and braking patterns. For example, if your daily commute is mostly long stretches of highway, you may be racking up miles quickly without using your brakes heavily.
  • Where is the brake fluid located in a 2016 Honda Civic?

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  • What brake fluid does a 2005 Honda Civic take?

    DOT 3
    Prestone 32 Ounce DOT 3 Brake Fluid.
  • What type of brake fluid do I need for a Honda Civic?

    Brake fluid must be DOT 3 or 4. Coolant must be Silicate free.
  • How often should you replace brake fluid Honda?

    every three years
    For example, Chevrolet calls for a brake fluid change on most models every 45,000 miles, but Honda says to do it every three years regardless of the vehicle's mileage.

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