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Where is the brake fluid tank on a grand cherokee

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Under the hood, just ahead of where the driver is on the top half end of the firewall. (engine side of dashboard). It should be capped in yellow and say DOT 3 or DOT 4 only written on it.

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If I could help anymore email me at drumbe@yahoo.com references this post in the email.

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