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Is it ok to socktion the brake fluied and replace it with clean fluied

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You mean just out of the reservoir? Yes, I do it all the time, you can **** it out of the whole system, but you will have to bleed the brakes before going again. The car doesn't mind dirty brake fluid. Check it out.

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

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