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I want to change motor oil, transmission oil and bleed brakes but not able to get correct oil types. I need to know the Brake Fluid type No.3 or No. 4. Thanx for any advise.

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What does the top of the brake fluid cap say. theres not a lot of difference, dot4 is a better fluid.

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