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Being a smart a$$, my answer would be it's in the brake lines. (Just kidding, couldn't resist). However, I'm guessing you want to check the fluid level and are looking for the reservior. Pop the hood and look at the firewall on the drivers side. It should be located right by the brake booster. It will be rectangle with a plastic cap. Most reservoirs are a clearish/white color.

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