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Where do you add brake fluid on the 2.2 l engne

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Brake fluid is added to the master cylinder

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You should never add brake fluid to a vehicle unless there is a leak. If the fluid level is down the brakes are worn. Adding fluid will only overfill the system and will pour out when the brakes are replaced. The fluid goes into the mastercylinder attached to the brake booster on the drivers side under the hood. The master cylinder will have 2-4 steel brake lines going into it

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Look for it good... it's only four ports to add fluids to...1.your engine oil
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Brake fluid is always added to the brake master cylinder. The brake master cylinder is always located directly in front of the brake pedal in the engine compartment.
You should never have to add brake fluid. The brake hydraulic system is a sealed circuit and the fluid does not evaporate, nor does the brake fluid need replenishing due to "normal use". If you are having to add brake fluid to your master cylinder, there is a serious problem with your brakes that needs to be fixed.

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check your front brake pads and see if they need replaced then check your brake fluid after you change them. If you add brake fluid first you will leak brake fluid out when you compress the calipers to change the front brake pads. In the end make sure your brake master cylinder is full of dot 3 brake fluid before you drive.

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There is nothing special to adding brake fluid. With the hood open on the drivers side on the firewall you should see the master cylinder. The cover is either a small round cap that will just spin off or a rectangular one that will pull off. Use DOT 3 fluid and fill. Make sure no dirt falls in.

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if your car has rear drum then the wheel cylinders could be leaking and in need of replacement. If it has rear disc brakes then it could be leaking fluid where the brake hose goes into the caliper or the brake hose my be worn or have a hole in it. Or it could be a a brake line. You should have it checked because you don't want air getting into the braking system.

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what i do is remove fluid from master cyl. in engne bay. jack up front, remove wheels. with decent flat blade push piston back through caliper between inner pad and rotor. remove lower caiper bolt (12mm). pivot caliper up remove old pads, fit new pads. Check inner and outter pads and dont forget the shims!!! refit lower bolt. pump brake pedel. top up fluid in master cyl. refit wheels. go for drive to bed in. accel. to 60kmh brake to 20kmh repeat 5 times.

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