Drain the mixed fluid and pour the brake fluid into the brake fluid deposit.
you open the cap that says brake fluid, and then you pour it in
Locate the brake fluid reservoir, and pour brake fluid in until it's at the appropriate level.
In the engine compartment , on the drivers side , in the brake fluid reservoir by the firewall ( use DOT 3 brake fluid )
Should be dot 4
Have it cleaned out and flushed immediately
Looking under the hood you should find the brake fluid to be in the top right corner.
Pour it into the brake fluid reservoir. It is in front of the brake booster. If you don't know where that is then take it to a service center before you have major problems.
Yes you can but it must have the same DOT
get out your owners manual
There is no specific weight regarding Motorcycles. There are two types of Motorcycle weight.The dry weight of a motorcycle excludes some or all of the following: gasoline (or other fuel), engine oil, coolant, brake fluid, or battery.The wet weight of a motorcycle includes, but is not limited to fuel, engine oil, coolant, brake fluid, and battery.
Brake fluid will make the surface of the tire slick, resulting in loss of traction. If left un attended for a long period of time, the brake fluid will "dry rot" the rubber and cause separation.
In the brake master cylinder reservoir on the drivers side of the engine compartment near the firewall
The reservoir is located on the master cylinder in a Mazda 626. To add fluid, simply remove the reservoir cap and pour fluid in.
You take the cap off of the master cylinder and pour it in.
Brake fluid can corrode your water pump. If you didn't start the engine after installing the brake fluid, then pump the reservoir empty, flush it with water and refill it with proper coolant. If you DID start it, you need to flush the whole cooling system.
Change in steps Get a Turkey baster and syphon brake fluid from master cylinder and refill with new Every time oil is changed Take out the moder cap, and then pour in the fluid.
Pour the break fluid in the break fluid compartment under the hood. Was this a serious question? It is a serious question. I found the brake fluid compartment, however there seems to be an impediment to pouring it into the compartment. They don't make it easy on purpose.
water, gas, oil, antifreeze, ATF, brake fluid, gear oil, windshield washer fluid,
The brake fluid reservor is located at the back of the engine compartment near the firewall. The reservoir has a black cap with wires running into it - take off the cap and lift out the attached float mechanism - then pour in brake fluid up to the proper level.
In the clutch master cylinder next to the brake master.
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.
Pour it in the master cylinder located under the hood, driver's side.
If the fluid is more than a couple years old and is dark and nasty looking, suck it out of the master cylinder, pour fresh dry fluid of the correct type in, and bleed all four wheel cylinders/calipers starting with the right rear till the fresh clear fluid comes out. I usually change mine every time I do a 4 wheel brake job, usually every 50-60 k miles. On my motorcycle I flush it out every two years. I have no brake hydraulic problemswith any of my vehicles.