The master cylinder contains the reservoir for the brake fluid. This is where you would add it on an 1990 Cutlass Supreme.
The battery one the 95 cutlass supreme is on the from driver side of the car,underneath the washer fluid container.
REGULAR GM ATF FLUID
Most likely brake fluid. Check the master cylinder level.
It could be the brake fluid reservoir is low and is telling you that the brakes need attention.
Equalizer valve not allowing fluid flow to rear?
A 1985 Cutlass Ciera uses type DOT3 brake fluid. It is the standard type of brake fluid for cars with power brakes.
The 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass cooling system has a fluid capacity of 5.5 gallons. The cooling system fluid should consist of 50 percent antifreeze.
steering fluid reservoirunder hood, passenger side, above serpentine belt.
You add fluid at the same place you check it.
Use only DOT3 brake fluid.
It is important to use the right types of fluids in car to help it run. The brake fluid specification for an Oldsmobile is anything that meets the Dot 3 Brake Fluid standard.?æ
Check the brake fluid.
dextron / mercon type 2
Most likely because of a problem with the ABS system, which could be expensive to fix. It could also be caused by low brake fluid.
It is a bit of a pain. you remove the washer fluid tank and a metal cross bar with two bolts. The battery is hidden under the washer fluid tank. It will be the side post model.
Where the stick is.
This is an easy one... Is the fluid green? if it is, it's coolant.. if not, its brake fluid.
type brake fluid for car?
Add it the same place you check it, through the dipstick tube. Check the level with the transmission hot, in park, engine running, on level ground. Use only Dexron fluid. Do not overfill!!!!!
towards the firewall, it is red.
Automatic-thru tube w/narrow funnel.
If the brake fluid level is low you really need to have the brakes inspected for your own safety.
As the disk brake pads wear, the callipers will retain more brake fluid. You won't necessarily be LEAKING brake fluid, but you may be needing to examine your brakes.