Brake fluid is a type of hydraulic fluid used in hydraulic brake and hydraulic clutch
applications in automobiles, motorcycles, light trucks, and some bicycles.
The three main types of brake fluid now available are DOT3, DOT4 and DOT5.
DOT3 and DOT4 are glycol-based fluids, and DOT5 is silicon-based. The main ...
Brake Fluid DOT 3, DOT 4 &DOT 5.1 are poly glycol based and DOT 5 is silicon
base. All these are non-petroleum products.
Jan 9, 2007 ... Most brake fluid that comes in a new car will be rated DOT 3. ... There used to be
big compatibility issues between the two types but I have been ...
An EBC Brakes guide to buying correct brake fluid or changing fluid or for your ...
Most importantly, when servicing it is vital that the correct type of brake fluid to ...
Brake fluid is possibly the single most neglected component of the automobile. ...
The best type of container is a metal one, as it performs the function of a ...
There are several types of brake fluid. They include glycol-based fluids DOT 3,
DOT 4 and DOT 5.1, as well as a silicone-based brake fluid named DOT 5.
In so many words, DOT 5.1 brake fluids are simply DOT 4-type brake fluids which
meet DOT 5 brake fluids performance requirements. Because of this, they ...
Most of you will know that hydraulic brakes are designed to use one of two main
types of brake fluid - DOT fluid or Mineral Oil, and which one you pick is not a ...
Jul 28, 2005 ... Super Chevy tech article on the different types of brake fluid.