dont go and buy brake fluid! it could be that you need to replace your rotors/pads... when the piston moves out, it creates more volume in the brake fluid system... also note that brake fluid is not something that is used or disappears... if the brake fluid went low, there is a reason, find that reason, deal with it, and then top off the brake fluidIntheSearch said:Is there any specific brand of break fluid I should use, or any off the shelf will do?
thanks for the replys!
also if your rotors/pads are fine, and you dont have any leaks, only put a small amount of brake fluid in, because when you go to change ur pads/rotors next time and you push in the pistons on the caliper, your resiviour will overflow and spill it every where... its a great hastle to have to overbleed your brakes as well, very time consuming
make sure u read and understand my entire post, itll save you alot of hassle in the long run