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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Inspection

BRAKE > Brake Fluid

INSPECTION

CAUTION:

Do not let brake fluid come into contact with the painted surface of the vehicle body. Wash away with water immediately and wipe off if it is spilled by accident.

Do not reuse drained brake fluid. When refilling brake fluid, always refill new brake fluid.

Avoid mixing brake fluid of different brands or different grades even from the same brand to prevent fluid performance from degrading.

Do not allow dirt or dust to get into the reservoir tank.

1. Check the fluid for discoloration.

2. Check that the amount of brake fluid is between the lines of “MIN” (a) and “MAX” (b) from a straight view or within 90° to the right and left forward.

CAUTION:

Always check the level using the specified direction because there is a partition in the reservoir tank.

(A)

View from upper face

(a)

MIN. level

(c)

Brake fluid

(d)

Brake fluid level check range

(b)

MAX. level

3. If the brake fluid level is close to “MIN”, check the brake pipe or brake hose for any leak first. Then, check that the brake fluid level is reduced due to brake pad wear.

4. If the fluid is extremely discolored or the fluid level is less than the specified value after inspection, replenish or replace with the new fluid.

Brake fluid
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