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Brake Fluid and Manual Trans

1. Do you change the brake fluid if its old?

2. If the car starts to drag on your manual trans what's the problem? (It goes back to normal after dragging.)

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Brake fluid tends to attract humidity from the atmosphere it must be renewed every 2 years or 20000kms.
I would check the tyres and tyre pressure as well.

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