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    DOT 4 Fluid

    To make it simple, DOT 4 brake fluid has a higher boiling point than DOT 3. In contrast, DOT 3 brake fluid loses its boiling point much more quickly when it comes into contact with water. Source: Shutterstock. In accordance with the specified criteria, DOT 4 has a boiling point of 230° C dry and 155° C wet.
    27 Jan 2022
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