The budget answer would be to try GoJo the hand cleaner. It comes in a tube or a tub. And then wash in your machine. As a mechanic I would use clean safety solvent , which impossible to find, to get the automotive stains out. Followed with a machine wash. Dry Cleaners use a safety solvent to clean stains and then ventilate the fumes away.
It uses brake fluid in the brake fluid reservoir. The clutch fluid (brake fluid) is fed by the brake fluid reservoir. The clutch fluid reservoir is just beneath the brake fluid reservoir. So, add fluid to the brake fluid reservoir to fill the clutch fluid, also.
Drain the mixed fluid and pour the brake fluid into the brake fluid deposit.
Yes. Normal brake fluid is actually synthetic
It is important to maintain the brake fluid levels in a car. The brake fluid type for a 2002 Grand AM is DOT 3 brake fluid.
Only brake fluid can be used for brake fluid. Brake fluid is a glycol-based liquid - it's closer to antifreeze than to oil, but don't use antifreeze in it either. Only brake fluid.
The brake system uses brake fluid and the trans uses trans fluid.
Good question. At the brake fluid resovoir
Locate the brake fluid reservoir, and pour brake fluid in until it's at the appropriate level.
When refilling brake fluid it is important to use the correct type of fluid for the car. For a 1995 Toyota Corolla the correct fluid is brake fluid dot 3 or brake fluid dot 4.
Brake fluid is hydroscopic. It absorbs moisture out of the air. That gives unsealed brake fluid a shelf life.
ADD BRAKE FLUID
in the brake fluid bottle. >:D