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How do you put water in the car, brake fluid and power steering fluid. Never got a manual which the car and I'm confused. Its a honda civic 2001

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If you go here http://www.aboutautomobile.com/OwnerManual/2001/Honda/Civic+Sedan when you get to the page click on the blue Honda Civic owners manual (next to it will be a PDF logo). This will take you to an online owners manual. Just read the index and wherever you want to go in the manual click on the blue "page" numbers and it will open that page for you. There is a section telling you the locations of where to put all your fluids in. If it asks you to save, it will not work. You must open the page and it will take you wherever you want to go in the manual. I hope this helps and good luck.

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