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Where in the engine do i add brake fluid for suzuki wagon r

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Brake fluid is always added to the brake master cylinder. The brake master cylinder is always located directly in front of the brake pedal in the engine compartment.
You should never have to add brake fluid. The brake hydraulic system is a sealed circuit and the fluid does not evaporate, nor does the brake fluid need replenishing due to "normal use". If you are having to add brake fluid to your master cylinder, there is a serious problem with your brakes that needs to be fixed.

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