BrakeStrip ID determines brake fluid type in minutes

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Phoenix Systems introduces BrakeStrip ID, a visual brake system performance test that quickly identifies the Department of Transportation (DOT) type of brake fluid in your vehicle.
      
Vehicle manufacturers design brake systems to use a specific type of fluid, and BrakeStrip ID is designed to ensure your brake fluid meets the proper specification for your vehicle. BrakeStrip ID, which identifies DOT 3, 4 and 5.1 brake fluids, also finds brake fluid that needs replaced.
      
Because you can’t determine brake fluid type by looking at it, the easy-to-use BrakeStrip ID is one way to make sure your brake fluid is up to spec.
      
BrakeStrip ID is a Motorist Assurance Program (MAP) approved brake fluid test and features a three-year accuracy guarantee. It is available at leading automotive retailers and comes in a tube of 100 strips.

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