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    Overflowing Brake Fluid Resivore!

    Does anyone know why a properly filled brake fluid resivore suddenly over flow, while at the same time causing the brakes to feel soft and the ABS light to come on?
    Is there a clog in the system somewhere or what?

    Also, is there a fuse for the turn signals? If not, what would cause them to suddenly stop working?

    Any help would be great, we need to get it fixed by 1:00 today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr.evil
    Does anyone know why a properly filled brake fluid resivore suddenly over flow, while at the same time causing the brakes to feel soft and the ABS light to come on?
    Is there a clog in the system somewhere or what?

    Also, is there a fuse for the turn signals? If not, what would cause them to suddenly stop working?

    Any help would be great, we need to get it fixed by 1:00 today!
    Well, overflowing the reservoir is why the brakes are soft and spilling over obviously. I think the fluid level changes quite a bit with applying the brakes too. As far as the turn signals, do they just not work or do they not flash?

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    We got it...I checked all the fuses, and although the turn signal and the ABS fuses looked good, I swaped them with new ones and everything works now.

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