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Old 03-17-2002, 01:53 PM
adamrei adamrei is offline
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Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: Los Angeles
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Mike Tangas is the right way. After doing it the correct way, I got to thinking that periodic replacement of the reservoir may do the job, it took 4-5 times every week and guess what.....the fluid started to clear all the way down to the calipers....not a 100% purity but then it is so time/cost-effective that I had made it a yearly practice after winter (the thing is hygroscopic so I figure when the old and new mixed if further clears it) It has been seven years with my 91 300E and 911SC and its so clear all this time. I figure every other week would work better(4 cycles while you have the hood open for other stuff). However, nothing beats the right way, as for me I'm sticking to my method. Same with the power steering easy, and keep that fluid away from the paint please...Later.
Adam Reinosa
91 300E 190K
81 911SC 210K
61 MB 190C 90K - sold...sigh.
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911T - Fire victim
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