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How do you add brake fluid on forklift?


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2016-08-25 06:38:43
2016-08-25 06:38:43

Locate the brake fluid reservoir, and pour brake fluid in until it's at the appropriate level.


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DOT3 regular brake fluid. Find it in any auto parts store.

Good question. At the brake fluid resovoir

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It does not make a difference if the car is hot or cold when you add brake fluid.

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At the master cylinder, driver's side, under hood, next to firewall. If you have to add fluid then you have a leak or your brake pads are worn.

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