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What kind of brake fluid should i use in my 1995 Pontiac Grand Am

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At least DOT 3, but you can use full synthetic too, it will not hurt it.

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DOT 3 brake fluid Prestone is really good quality

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SOURCE: 1995 Grand Prix: my pontiac grand prix abs light is on 1995 grand ...

sensor might be dirty, try removing them and cleaning them. Dont use sprays as they pose a threat more than they fix. Check tires to see if there is one that might be WAY lower than the rest. Or consider taking it to a shop if you cant find the rigth abs sensor.

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