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How do I replace the brake fluid in my 1999 Ford Explorer.

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Its best not to open up bleeder valve and start introducing air to the system, so the best bet i to use an old turkey bater to sucktion out the fluid in the master and then replace it with new fluid, its a minor fluid change

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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