The brake fluid reservoir on a 1989 Mazda 626 is on the master cylinder. This is located in the engine compartment on the drivers side.
Above the master cylinder, below the brake fluid reservoir lid.
next to the brake fluid reservior
Fill reservoir 1/2 pint?
Near the battery attached to the round brake booster.
On the firewall, in front of the booster, on top of the master cylinder.
Use DEXTRON II. Remove the power steering fluid reservoir cap, and fill the power steering reservoir until the fluid reaches the ''full'' line.
It goes in the master brake cylinder reservoir. The cap of the reservoir says to use only Dot3 brake fluid. This cylinder is accessible on the driver's side of the car when you open the hood of the car. Do not confuse it with the power steering reservoir which is also on the driver's side. The power steering reservoir is the one closest to the front of the car and the cap on it also tells you to use only Honda power steering fluid.
Before you add brake fluid, are you SURE you need to add some? Because as brake pads wear, the brake fluid level goes down, but the brake pads need to be replaced then, BEFORE any brake fluid is added. Otherwise, when the brake pads ARE replaced, there will be too much brake fluid in the reservoir, and it will flow out when the pistons are pushed back into it's bore, to make room for the new pads. -Tom.
Toyota hiace has one common fluid reservoir for both brake and clutch system. it is located left lateral side of dash, it can't be seen when front left door is close.
There is no external transmission reservoir. Transmission fluid is stored in the transmission. Fluid is added at the same point at which you check the fluid level.
The brake system uses brake fluid and the trans uses trans fluid.
Open the drivers door and you'll see a little door in the side of the dashboard. Remove the cover and you're there.