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  • Lee Thim Fatt
    Whether we like it or not, the brake fluid can get contaminated at times. Unfortunately, moisture can enter the brake fluid and it will cause it to break down chemically. That means unwanted chemicals will enter the brake fluid and the best thing that you can do at this point is to try and replace it if possible.23 Dec 2019
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