i hate this new format on here. No editing privileges?Question? Hypothetical. New brake fluid on a new vehicle is clear as water. Aging, 20k for example, turns the fluid to a light honey color, as a couple of you stated.
suppose youused a turkey Baxter to remove not all but most of the honey color and refilled the master cylinder with new clear fluid. Provided, you don’t pout it in and agitate a bunch of bubbles. Do any harm? Hurt brake performance?