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I put 20/50 oil in is that ok. Also don't know where to put brake fluid And my front tires are making noise when I turn left.


20w-50 is alright if you are somewhere that is very hot, all the time-I'd go easy on the petal when it is warming up though, the oil pressure will be enough to encourage oil leaks.

Brake fluid goes into the master cylinder which is located directly in front of the driver, inside the engine compartment. It is up high, pretty much above mostly every thing else, just forward the firewall.

If your tires are making noise turning in one direction, it is usually low tire pressure on that side.

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There are many things that can cause front end vibrations, I will give you a list and hopefully the information provided will allow you to narrow it down. Usaully front end shake is caused by a tire that either has a shifted belt in the tire or the tire weights could have falled off and the tire and wheel must be rebalanced, another reason for shake is if the shake occurs when applying the brakes it is a warped rotor and the brakes must be replace in the front end along with new rotor installed, the last thing that it could be is a loose or worn out front end part perhaps a tierod end. If i was you I would try rotating the tires from the front to the back and see if the shaking goes away if it does it is most likely a bad tire (shifted belt) or the tire needs to be rebalanced at a auto garage. after checking that first then jack up the front and grab the wheel and move it back and forth up the down to check for play or loosness, as I said if the shaking occurs while applying the brakes replace the brakes and rotors.

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you have to check the consistency of the fluid. IT can either be from the breaks, power steering (for the front wheels), or engine oil (again for front wheels. I suggest to do some cleaning underneath. Wash the whole area where you see the oil cleaned out. Once cleaned you should have an idea where exactly the oil came from once it seeps out and can accurately have it fixed.

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