In this guide, you will find instructions on how to recharge a Chevrolet Air Conditioner (A/C).
How to Check Chevrolet Brake Fluid Level
In this guide, you will find instructions on how to check brake fluid level and add brake fluid on Chevrolet vehicles.
Common symptoms that you need brake fluid include "Low Brake Fluid" warning message and brake lights staying constantly ON.
- Low Brake Fluid Warning
- Brake Light On
- The brake pedal is soft.
- The brake pedal can be pressed all the way
- ABS light stays ON
It is not recommended to drive the brake light on.
What you will need
- GM Brake Fluid
- The required type is printed on top of the brake fluid cap and owner's manual.
If the brake level is low add brake fluid immediately. Only use brake fluid noted on the cap of your Chevrolet brake fluid reservoir or owners manual.
- Pull the hood release under the dashboard of your Chevrolet. Open the hood and secure it in the open position.
Locate the brake fluid reservoir on the driver's side of the engine bay.
Determine Low/Max level by looking at the side of the reservoir. Ensure the current brake fluid levels between the maximum and minimum marks on the side of the reservoir.
- If the brake fluid level is below the minimum level, add brake fluid.
- Always look at the cap of the brake fluid reservoir to determine the correct brake fluid type.
- Add brake fluid until the level reaches just below the MAX/Full mark. Do not fill the Chevrolet brake reservoir above the maximum mark.
These instructions apply to Chevrolet models such as Spark, Sonic, Bolt, Volt, Cruze, Malibu, Impala, Camaro, Corvette, City Express, Trax, Equinox, Traverse, Tahoe, Suburban, Colorado, Silverado, Sonic, Blazer, Astro, HHR, Uplander, Avalanche, etc.