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Old 06-19-2014, 05:06 PM   #1
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Just a quick question, what is the stock brake fluid in the 2013 mustang gt? I am going to install the stainless clutch line and need to buy some more to refill. So dot 3/4 or what? Thanks.
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Old 06-19-2014, 05:55 PM   #2
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It should say it right on the cap. If not, it's definitely on your owner's manual

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Ok I checked the owners manual but didn't see. I will feel dumb by looking at the cap lol. Thanks though.
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Ok I checked the owners manual but didn't see. I will feel dumb by looking at the cap lol. Thanks though.

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Son of a gun. I'm gonna go check the manual again now. Thank you for the pic. Any dot 3 should work right? I'm gonna eventually go to dot 4 but not now.
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Son of a gun. I'm gonna go check the manual again now. Thank you for the pic. Any dot 3 should work right? I'm gonna eventually go to dot 4 but not now.

No problem. Yes any dot 3.

I download the manual (PDF) to my phone. Makes finding stuff easier since you can keyword search.

You can get it off the owners ford site.


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That's a darn good idea! I found it after you showed me too. Time to go download I guess. Thanks again. Finally got the bottom clip off!
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Dot 3, 4, and 5.1 are pretty much all cross compatible. Dot 5 is something different (silicone based) and is not compatible with glycol based fluids.

As others have said Dot 4 is not an upgrade. The most important thing you can do is just keep the fluid fresh. Fresh dot 3 is better then old dot 4, and it doesn't take long for brake fluid to absorb water, so yearly changes are a good idea and more often if you take the car to a road course. For a daily driven vehicle every 2 years is fine unless specified sooner by the owners manual.

Refreshing the reservoir every oil change is a decent way to prolong fluid life but is not a replacement for occasionally bleeding the system.
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Don't be dumb

Use DOT 3
Why would you even think about going to dot 4?

The page you were looking for is in the manual.

The stainless steel lines are a great improvement and well worth the money and time to install them. Your gonna love them.
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Whats wrong with using DOT 4?
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Whats wrong with using DOT 4?
There's nothing wrong with it; there's just really no benefit in using DOT 4 unless your car is constantly on the track and braking a lot. DOT 4 has a higher boiling point than DOT 3.
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I learned this

Dot 4 will take more heat but is will also collect moisture faster.
Dot 3 works well for street driving and really only needs to be changed about once every two years.
Dot 4 should be change more often when using it where Dot 3 is the fluid of choice mainly for normal street driving.
Dot 3 is less corrosive to the system.
If your not tracking your car every weekend and don't need unwanted maintenance just stick with the Dot 3.
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Fresh brake fluid is not corrosive. DOT3 or 4 is good. I only use dot4. It's the contaminants in old fluid that harms internals. The key is to flush brake/clutch fluid before it is full of junk. If your fluid is darker than honey it is past time to flush it out with fresh. Not good to mix brands.
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Fresh brake fluid is not corrosive. DOT3 or 4 is good. I only use dot4. It's the contaminants in old fluid that harms internals. The key is to flush brake/clutch fluid before it is full of junk. If your fluid is darker than honey it is past time to flush it out with fresh. Not good to mix brands.

This is what I always thought. Don't see why DOT 4 is not being recommended as I have never heard what some of you say about it. I use Motul Dot 4 fluid.
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Check out this cool article I just found.

http://www.torquebrakefluid.com/abc.html


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EXCELLENT

I'm thinking with our street cars and not changing brake fluid often it is best to use DOT 3.
Why?
Because DOT 4 is less HYDROSCOPIC which means it absorbs moisture a tad more then DOT 3.
That artical said it all. http://www.torquebrakefluid.com/abc.html
The Manuals say's DOT 3 and why argue with the Mustang MANUAL ???????
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Another thing to remember on brake fluid is to not use it from a container that has sat on your shelf (once opened) over 6 months. It can easily obsorb moisture from the air, contaiminating it.

I flush my brake fluid once a year using a power bleeder. I've never had to replace a caliper or rebuild one.
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I am incredibly anal about preventative maintenance on my car. It's a lot easier though when I'm a technician at a dealer and have all the tools and a lift. I drain and fill the reservoir every other week with a newly opened bottle and then once every 3-4 months perform a full flush. Only takes 10 minutes and if I have extra bottles on hand, why not?
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I drain and fill the reservoir every other week with a newly opened bottle and then once every 3-4 months perform a full flush. Only takes 10 minutes and if I have extra bottles on hand, why not?
WHY NOT ???
Because it just ain't necessary. Once a year is fine. Once every two years is OK.
Now if your auto X-ing or tracking your car it is different. But for a street car. "NOT NECESSARY"
That is why not.
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WHY NOT ???
Because it just ain't necessary. Once a year is fine. Once every two years is OK.
Now if your auto X-ing or tracking your car it is different. But for a street car. "NOT NECESSARY"
That is why not.
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lol no believe me I understand that but like I said it's free. I can't stand the discoloring of the fluid or the reservoir. It takes me a whopping 1 minute to grab the brake bleeder, drain the reservoir and fill it back up. Just helps keep the fluid diluted with new fluid. Then every few months bleed the calipers.
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Just a big total waste of resources.

You are just wasting brake fluid.

How often do you change your oil?
Anti freeze coolant?
Air in your tires?
Windshield washer fluid?
Bulbs?

I'm just wondering. I don't mean to be nosy but I sure am curious. It's just that I have never ever heard of changing the brake fluid that often. Especially just in the reservoir. Not even on a race car do they do that. All the race car owners I have been around drained the system after a few races if they used the brakes enough to get them overly hot. I did this myself.
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if you are hard enough on your brakes to warrant steel lines, than you should upgrade your fluid as well, go with a motul or Ate, that way you wont have to worry about boiling your stock fluid
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What is the boiling points of ATE and Motul?
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I apologize for this war I have started. Lol. Stainless line is in dot 3 replaced and even added the whiteline mount. All is good!


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Just under 600 degrees I believe for both.
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No, time isn't free but if you can't slow down to relax and you're so worried about 1 minute, you're doing something wrong. lol. anyways, coolant will be changed once a year including when I put my boss mani on i will just go ahead and drain and fill it. Oil gets changed every 3 to 4k miles. Yes I know these things have a computer. It can last 15k blah blah blah I have my reasons for doing this. tires get checked with bulbs at least once a month when I bring it in and check it over for everything. fluid leaks and the like. I fill the washer reservoir as needed if I happen to notice it needs some. Don't really use the sprayer though.

Yes, it may be a bit excessive. I don't really care. To each his own. This is my first new car. I've worked my *** off like a lot of people here to have decent cars since I started driving. I still remember the look on my parents face when I was able to get a loan and a decent warehouse job when I turned 18 to get myself a 99 E36 M3. beautiful car. I'm 24 now and have a freakin 14 gt/cs. I would like to take care of it as much as I can. It may be a waste to you. Not to me.
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Dang! what thread. I want steel lines myself when I can afford them.
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No, time isn't free but if you can't slow down to relax and you're so worried about 1 minute, you're doing something wrong. lol. anyways, coolant will be changed once a year including when I put my boss mani on i will just go ahead and drain and fill it. Oil gets changed every 3 to 4k miles. Yes I know these things have a computer. It can last 15k blah blah blah I have my reasons for doing this. tires get checked with bulbs at least once a month when I bring it in and check it over for everything. fluid leaks and the like. I fill the washer reservoir as needed if I happen to notice it needs some. Don't really use the sprayer though.

Yes, it may be a bit excessive. I don't really care. To each his own. This is my first new car. I've worked my *** off like a lot of people here to have decent cars since I started driving. I still remember the look on my parents face when I was able to get a loan and a decent warehouse job when I turned 18 to get myself a 99 E36 M3. beautiful car. I'm 24 now and have a freakin 14 gt/cs. I would like to take care of it as much as I can. It may be a waste to you. Not to me.
+1 do as you please it is your car after all. People have as much right to tell you what you should or should not do with your car as much as they have a right to tell you how much toilet paper to use when you wipe your ***.
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Bwahahaha! Awesome
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