Cadillac Seville / Cadillac Eldorado Forum Discussion, 99 STS - where is my brake fluid reservoir ? in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I hate rock auto it never works on my phone lol but bro paid it so I'm not trippin made ...
I hate rock auto it never works on my phone lol but bro paid it so I'm not trippin made him feel bad for not being there when we were young so its all good just glad I got it done before I really messed it all up
Good. Open the hood and take a good look at the brake fluid reservoir - at the present level of the fluid itself. It should stay at that level with little or no change for the next year.
Don't rely on warning messages or lights to tell you when the car screams "Help !". Open the hood every two weeks, pop a brew, and with the engine cold, check everything by sight and dipstick. Engine cold ??? No hot coolant to scald your eyes, engine oil drained down to proper level, transmission dipstick dried off (NO FLUID on the stick with the engine off. It's a dry sump transmission), engine cool enough to mess with stuff such as belt tensions, vacuum lines, this, that.