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  • 曾翔榕
    WHAT HAPPENS IF I DON'T REPLACE MY BRAKE FLUID? If you don't have your Brake Fluid changed as recommended by your vehicle manufacturer this will lead to Moisture Contamination in your brake reservoir where the Brake Fluid is stored. As your brake fluid ages, it's also bound to be contaminated with 'Debris Buildup'.
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