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The brakes are fading and I think I need to change or top up the brake fluid but I'm unsure ho. It's a 1990 Renault 5 (leCar) automatic

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U need to check if there is any leak somewhere and may require bleeding but it all depends..Also have a check at the brake pads just in case...Hope this helps.

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