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Old 07 Sep 2007, 11:41 am
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Default Re: '95 Integra - Check Brake Fluid

Gary Brown wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Where is the fill bolt for a '95 Integra 5 sp manual? The manual's
> diagram isn't too helpful. Is it accessible from under the hood?
>
> Thanks,
> Gary


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If it _is_ the brake fluid that's low, top up the one for the clutch
while you're under the hood. Save yourself a lot of grief later.

'Curly'
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Old 08 Sep 2007, 09:32 pm
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Default Re: '95 Integra - Check Brake Fluid

Sadly, it is no longer an issue. My daughter totled the car last week.
$9000+ damage on a car worth $4000.

The brakes were fine - she left some nice skid marks. Drivers on
rt 9 near Boston are another matter.

That was painful. I loved that car despite the color (white), dents,
scrapes, and advancing rust. Both fun to drive and utilitarian.

I replaced it with a 2005 RSX, Vivid Blue Pearl.

Gary


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