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your brake light may be staying on to tell you that the brake resevoir is low on brake fluid.it should be on the drivers side of car up close to the windsheild.and should be marked brake fluid,remove cap and check brake fluid level. if not that,make sure that your emergecncy brake is completely released. this should help.and thank you for choosing fixya.com
There may be something other than brake fluid in your master cylinder and brake fluid test strips can detect that. Another way to tell is if the rubber seal in the master cylinder cap is swelling up. Flushing the system for other than contaimination is a good idea to keep your brake system operating more efficiently
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BUT I JUST ASKED WHAT THE SMALL RECESSED SLOTTED CAP IS FOR, THAT IS TO THE LEFT OF THE MAIN FILLER CAP ON THE BRAKE FLUID RESEVOIR. 2001 S4 AUDI.
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on your 99 Plymouth u should not have to add fluid unless it's time to replace brakes. But on the driver side under the hood u will find a yellow cap that will say dot 3 fluid only. make sure you are using the proper fluid, you can find that at your local auto parts store. Do not fill this all the way to the top.