YES - VERY MUCH (Most) cars & trucks use DOT 3 BUT some require Dot 4 & a few use DOT 5-.DOT5 is silicone based fluid & CAN"T be mixed with dot 3 or 4.HONDA requires there own-& Hummers use DOT 5 ONLY-CHECK the cap of the master cylinder 2 C what is Recomended.& if U put power steering fluid in the master-The HOLE system will have 2 b rebuilt.
You should flush and replace the brake fluid in your brake system every two years. You can change your own brake fluid, but service facilities now do this with brake flushing machines. If you find have a brake fluid leak or you have to bleed your brakes, youll have to restore the brake fluid in your master cylinder to its proper level. Here are some things that you should know about buying and using brake fluid
Brake fluid is a type of hydraulic fluid with very specific properties. You would have to check the compatibility of the particular fluid with the components in your system. This would include the cylinders, seals, hoses, and any other internal components exposed to the fluid. The best thing is to use the exact fluid that the system manufacture specifies.
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