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Old 11-09-2010, 02:06 PM   #15
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When you did the brakes, you presumably had to push the caliper pistons in to get the new pads in, which should have pushed the fluid to a higher level. Maybe they were pushed all the way in, and have gone out since then to the new pad position. If this happened, it may have pushed fluid all over, so if you see any liquid around the cap / on the paint, best clean it up.
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