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Replace coolant container. drain the cooler line. even better replace the coolant lines with fresh one

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My husband accidentally used pwr steering fluid in brake resevoir. Brake pedal went to floor, one week later. Will drain and replace with proper fld. Could this have done any harm.

Yes, you will need to flush the entire brake system and change the master cylinder. The power steering fluid has eaten the seals inside of the master cylinder and if it is not removed from the system it will take out your wheel cylinders and caliper seals.

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depends on the type of oil in the reservoir!! Typical issues that will cause this on your 4.2L I-6 engine; 1. (usually pink/reddish oil) trans fluid leaking via faulty radiator, blown head gasket from overheating (severe), or someone accidentally added oil to your radiator!!

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The coolant light remains on even after the radiator has been replace

have you checked the plug in at the coolant resevoir? if good, have you checked the fuse panel for blown fuses? low coolant light comes on because the sensor n the coolant resevoir tells the computer says there is not enough fluid in your resevior, the clear tank under the hood that connects to the radiator. you may have a bad plug in or a bad resevoir. i suggest you check fluid,,if good ,,check plug in,, if good,,replace resevoir,, hope this helps!!

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What liquids go in each resevoir?

Coolant in 50% concentration goes into the coolant overflow bottle. Windshield wiper fluid into the wiper fluid bottle. Power steering fluid into the power steering fluid bottle.
You do not need to add any other fluids to these. Do not add water to the washer fluid bottle for example, if you drive in a climate that would allow it to freeze.

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You could either be low on the brake fluid or the pads have worn've got to check em both.

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Probably rusted brake lines as this is an older car and that tends to happen look under car too see where leak is from

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She didnt put washer fluid in did she? What will happen when car warms up and coolant expands in tank it will push some out will not hurt anything though if put washer fluid in will need to flush coolant system. if you havent run yet just drain coolant resevoir and refill

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Clutch fluid resevoir

Clutch fluid and brake fluid are the same thing. It's usually only sold with the label "Brake Fluid", but it is used in the clutch system as well. In fact, a lot of vehicles only have the one reservoir for both brake and clutch systems. You should use DOT 4 or higher grade. Cheers.

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