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Where do you put the brake fluid in the engine

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You don't put brake fluid in an engine, you put it in the Master Cylinder unit, which is located up on the right side of your firewall, be sure you do NOT over fill it...first check to see WHY you have to put some in it. check each whee on the inside of the lower tire area,l to see if it is WET, as it may be a wheel cyclinder leaking, so filling it up would be redundant...

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Brake fluid does not go in the engine. It goes in the master reservior on the top driver side above the steering controls. If the ABS light is on then the fluid is not the problem. If just the brake light is on then it could be low. Best bet is to have the brakes inspected on the next oil service. When the fluid goes low it means inspect first, top off second. If the brakes are low you could end up causing more damage if you just top off and wait for the next sign of a brake issue.

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You never put brake fluid in the engine, brake fluid only goes in the brake master cylinder, which is on the drivers side under the hood, close to the fire wall, will have a small resivor.

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