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Gerry Davidson

Rear brakes on a 2006 Yamaha wolverine.

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Can anyone help me , I did the rear brake pads and rotor but cant find the brake fluid reservoir.   The front in rite there but cant find the back . 

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Take a look at the rear brake pedal and at the end of the pedal there should be a rod connected to it. That rod goes to a plunger that connects to the braking system master cylinder. There is a black hose connected to that cylinder. The reservoir should be at the end of the line. Right side under the plastic. 

  

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11 hours ago, Gerry Davidson said:

 

 

Greats that's what I thought .  Its was under the plastics .  Took off the top plastics and there it was . Lolo. 

I figured it mite be a little more accessible like the front reservoir.  

All good now and thanks again ! 

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