Got new calipers and was asked about having a fluid flush. I declined. Using a voltmeter I checked my fluid and it registered .17 with .30 being the the "Get a flush today" reading. After the new calipers were put in the reading was .00 This controversial measurement method indicates the moisture content of the brake fluid only. I put the negative probe on the negative chassie battery terminal and the positive probe into the master cylinder being careful not to touch any part of the cylinder (only the fluid). This method is still being tested by SAE but I think its a starting point. A little voodoo science keeps life interesting now that long awaited and talked tooo death caliper recall is underway.
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I want to know too. This is the first I've heard of such a test.
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