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How do install brake fluid in my 95 mazda 626

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Locate the brake fluid reservoir near the brake booster (under the engine hood)

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SOURCE: How Do You Remove And Install A Brake Booster On A

Remove mastercylinder bolts first, remove vacuum hose. Then go under dash & remove tieon connector to brake peddle. Unbolt brake booster from firewall & remove. Do not unhook breaklines from master cylinder! Reassemble in reverse order.

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