Re: [DML] Brake fluid
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Re: [DML] Brake fluid

Brake master or clutch master? If it's the brake master, it can be 
filling up the servo. The clutch master usually leaks into the driver's 
carpet as you say.

You shouldn't use dot 5 in a dot 3 system. .(3, 4 and 5.1 are 


Bob Brandys wrote:

>After recently replacing the leaking master cylinder on the 2015 De 
>I put in DOT 5 and bleed the whole system to wash out the DOT 3.
>The car has been up on jack stands while we continue its conversion, 
>but the brake fluid level
>has been continually dropping.  I have added about 3 oz. to the MC.
>The strange thing is I can not find any leak. No puddles.  No drips.   
>All the wheel cylinders are dry.  The MC is dry.
>No brake fluid leaking onto the drivers floor (this has no carpet right 
>This has been going on for over a month.   Where is the brake fluid 
>going?  Does DOT 5 evaporate?


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