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Is the color dark orange brake fluid normal for my 2000 mazda 626

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Brake fluid usually turns a dark brown after a while of use. It starts off fairly clear with a yellowish tint. If you suspect the brake fluid to be contaminated it should be flushed completely. Foreign chemicals in the brake system can cause problems with the seals and other rubber components in the system and possibly premature corrosion of the metal components.

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Yes this is a normal color for brake fluid, depending on what type was used.

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