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WHERE DO I CHECK..ADD BRAKE FLUID - 1997 Plymouth Voyager

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when you open the hood, on the back wall on the drivers side is your brake fluid reservoir. It is a clear plastic tank with a black lid. Usually there is a line on the side to see the level of the brake fluid. If you can see the fluid is to the line, you are good to go. If it looks low, then you need to unlatch the lid and pour in brake fluid till it is at the full line

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On the drivers side of the van under the hood there will a white resovior with a black cap that is your master clyinder that is where you check and add fluid, there will be a full line and a min line. add to the full line only.

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97 voyager may have a yellow screw on cap, reads USE DOT3 fluid.

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