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  1. Here’s the method I use to change the brake fluid by yourself. I use a pressure bleeder to do this. My video on how to do this is here: https://youtu.be/Y_nw6yqoOkI My car is a 2001 Boxster S 986. I’ve listed the tools I use if you want to buy them here: http://road-and-race.co.uk/tools You should change you brake fluid at least every 2 years. Your handbook will tell you what brake fluid your car uses. Most use dot 4 fluid. If you track your car use you'll need a fluid more suited to this. I’ve used a few different types but my favori
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