When you have low brake fluid it can affect your brake pads. Brake pads are essential to your car's braking system, so having low brake fluid can cause brake pads to not work like they should.13 Mar 2017
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How much water in brake fluid is OK?
around 3% water
This is referred to as the “wet” boiling point, as around 3% water is considered the safe limit for brake fluid, and it should be replaced if the water content gets any higher.
The lighter oil the better, although it doesn't make too much different as long as it is not TOO thick--ATF, 5w or 2.5w fork oil, etc are all suitable. "Mineral Oil" is European for "don't use brake fluid!23 Feb 2009
1. New Brake Parts. It is quite common for new rotors or brake pads to squeak within the first few days before they're completely broken in. If it has been more than a few days and the squeaking still hasn't stopped, you should have your brakes looked at by a professional.