Please remember 2 things:
1) Brake fluid is very corrosive. It will eat throught car paint, concrete or blacktop, etc. Be carefull! Should you spill it, flush the area with water thoroughly and quickly.
2) Brake fluid is hydyophilic, meaning that it attracts water. Do not add brake fluid on a rainy or foggy day if possible. Also, if you are going to store an opened container of brake fluid, be sure it is sealed tightly.
As a p.s.: keep the fluid level near the bottom of the word MAX on the side of the tank (when the fluid is hot). This is as per a local Ford dealer and after having had them overfill mine so that it overflowed when the brakes warmed up!
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