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You check the brake fluid for the front brakes by turning the handle bars so that the top of the brake fluid reservior is nearly level, usually all the way to the left. Remove the two screws and take the top off the reservior. If you add any fluid, make sure you put the correct fluid in the reservior, the proper type should be written on the top of the reservior cover. I'm pretty sure it's DOT 4. Do not mix DOT 4 and DOT 5.

To check the rear, find the reservior. On the older models it used to be on downtubes on the front of the frame, right in front of the engine. Same here, make sure you add the correct type of fluid.

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Steve

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