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Where is the brake fluid cap and line located?

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Hi,

The "brake fluid cap" is the rubber cover of the brake fluid reservoir on top of the brake master. It would look like the black cover of the image below.
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The brake line would be the two tubings from the master brake cylinder, one to the front, the other for the rear.

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Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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Your brake system requires DOT3 brake fluid. The reservoir will be on the drivers side mounted to the master cylinder that is mounted to the brake booster that is bolted to the firewall.

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