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  • Julian Tiong
    The Brake Strip™ test is the only one of its kind and considered to be the most accurate method available today for determining when to replace brake fluid.
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  • 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
  • Is brake fluid the same as power steering fluid?

    The power steering and brake oil are both hydraulic fluids, but their chemical composition is very different. Because of that, you cannot use the two fluids interchangeably, as they'll cause damage to the power steering pump, master cylinder, and other expensive components.29 Nov 2021
  • What happens if I use DOT 4 instead of DOT 3?

    DOT 4 brake fluid. The primary differences between the two include the following: DOT 3 brake fluid will absorb less water than DOT 4 from the air over time, meaning you'll need to have your fluid changed less frequently. DOT 4 brake fluid has higher dry and wet boiling points, making it safer for higher temperatures.
  • Does a clutch need oil?

    There's actually no such thing as clutch fluid as you'll find that most cars have DOT 3 or DOT 4 brake fluid in the clutch reservoir. To simply top it off, you'll need to locate the clutch master cylinder, which looks like a smaller version of a brake master cylinder, unscrew the cap and top it off.6 Jan 2021
  • Is DOT 3 and DOT 3 Synthetic the same?

    In most cases, brake fluids that are rated DOT 5 are the ones considered synthetic because they are made using silicone. Meanwhile, brake fluids such as DOT 3, 4, and 5.1 are the ones considered “non-synthetic”.

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