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Brake Fluid ??

I have a 1993 Mercury Sable and I need to add some brake fluid.

What kind do I need...? I noticed in the store some day DOT 3 etc. I thought brake fluid was just plain brake fluid.

Any suggestions...?

Gordon

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DOT 3 fluid is the correct one

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