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    Since the brakes are a closed system, you don't get as much dirt into the brake fluid as you would into transmission or engine oil. So, you don't actually need to change it every time you change your brakes.1 Jun 2021
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  • Can you just add more brake fluid?

    If your brake fluid is at or above the “MIN” line, your brake fluid level is fine and you don't need to add any. If your fluid is below the “MIN” line, carefully pry the reservoir cap off, and then add brake fluid until the level is just under the “MAX” line. Do not overfill.
  • Can you mix regular and synthetic brake fluid together?

    You cannot mix synthetic and non-synthetic brake fluid. Most brake fluids that are DOT 5 or are silicone-based are considered synthetic compared to regular glycol-based brake fluid. DOT 5 brake fluid cannot be mixed together with any kind of brake fluid and should only be used on its own.
  • Can I mix different brands of DOT 4 brake fluid?

    Since DOT 4 and 5.1 are both glycol-based brake fluids they are compatible with each other, which means they can be readily mixed without harming your brake system.4 Aug 2021
  • Does power steering fluid need changing?

    It is an important part of your steering system, and it makes turning your steering wheel easy. Replacing power-steering fluid generally is not listed among the regular maintenance items that should be performed, so on most vehicles, replacing it is at the owner's discretion.
  • What happens if I mix brake fluids?

    No. LHM and DOT-type brake fluids are very different. Do not mix them up. If the wrong fluid is used it can, and probably will, result in complete failure of the braking system.2 Oct 2017

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