Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
I have a 2001 dodge caravan and I need to put brake fluid in. The only problem is that I cannot locate where the reservoir is. I don't have a driver's manual, since I bought it used. Please help!
When you open the hood it will be on your right side near the windshield. you will need a long funnel because of the way it is tucked under the wiper blades. If you have to add brake fluid then you either have a leak or your brakes are so low that the fluid has dropped enough to make the light come on the dashboard. Have it checked out by an experienced person.
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Jun 24, 2012 | 2001 Dodge Caravan
Remove the old dirty fluid from the master cylinder reservoir
Use a cheap turkey baster for this
Use a lint free cloth to wipe out the reservoir
Do this only if you can get in there
Pour new brake fluid into the reservoir just until it reaches the Full line, replace the cap on the reservoir.
As you bleed the brakes which you can find out
how to do elsewhere on this site the new fluid pushes the old fluid
out of the system. Continue to bleed the brakes until you see clean
clear fluid exiting the bleeder screw
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