Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Bedford Hts, OH, USA
Re: Adding brake fluid to the rear reservoir
You don't have to take the Tupperware off. There are just three screws to take out to loosen the panel enough so you can move the panel enough to open the rear brake reservoir. Open the right saddle bag, lift the front seat, take off the rear seat, remove the two screws near the saddle bag just to the rear of the brake reservoir and the one screw at the intersection of the two Tupperware panels toward the front seat. That will give you enough play to get to the reservoir. I used a turkey baster like a big medicine dropper to add a few drops of fluid. A real medicine dropper would probably be better but I didn't have one.
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