If it contains water, and before stuff starts to rust, you may encounter
braking problems. The terminology varies according to who you ask, but you
can get fade whereby the effort at the pedal increases dramatically compared
to the braking effort at the wheels, because you've boiling water (steam) in
the system, which expands . . . nasty. This can blow out seals, so I'm
If in doubt, get it changed immediately. A car that won't start is a pain,
a car that won't stop is a menace.
yes you RIGHT, but i just call it dirt(dirty looking fluid)... in my
neighborhood as a kid many years ago if you told someone what it really
was they would look at you like you were nuts.... and because they and
me did not know we just called it dirty.....
Again.. just my opinion but... if it's as above it's time to change out your
entire brake system.
Do it all at once or one piece at a time ......but if you put ONE new part
in and the stuff was that bad.. good chance you'll change each part more than
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