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Brake Fluid Type? 2000 KIA Sephia

Brake Fluid Type? 2000 KIA Sephia. I need to buy brake fluid.

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    no brake fluid to back brakes

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Any aftermarket brake fluid will be fine. the actual grade is located on the top of the fluid cap. you can find the universal grade at your local auto parts shop.

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