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This is a very cheap and easy repair.First off, the brake fluid might be a tad over the max limit, simply **** a little out, then you will need to replace the rubber washer gasket on the bottom side of the brake reservoir cap.Total price is going to run you about eight U.S. dollars, and it will take you ten minutes.I hope I could help, rate me accordingly, Thanks.....

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