Non-silicone based synthetic polyglycol DOT 5.1 brake fluid. Boiling Point - Dry: 522 Degrees Fahrenheit / Wet: 365 Degrees Fahrenheit. Specially designed for anti-locking brake systems with DOT 5.1, DOT 4 and DOT 3 recommendations.
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Does brake fluid get changed with new brakes?
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
Normal Aging Gone to the Extreme: The most common reason that brake fluid appears brown or black is that normal aging has gone unchecked (you haven't had the fluid changed in too long). Contaminants collect in the fluid, darkening the color and reducing its ability to work.
What is the difference between DOT 5 and DOT 5.1 brake fluid?
dot 5 is silicone based and dot 5.1 is glycol based and mixing the 2 will fubar your seals. if you want to save money buy dot 4 or even dot 3 oil as they are all glycol based and can mix with dot 5.1.26 Sept 2012