A friend of mine sent me this. Other than "nothing
good", what happens. Oil isn't going to attack the rubber, but
I'm sure it must have different compression characteristics.
He says that his rear brakes are locking up all the time.
Obviously, this is DOT 3.
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What happens when you add oil to the brake master cylinder? That is to
say, if you open the master cylinder up and toss a little oil in with the
existing brake fluid, what happens? Someone tried to steal my truck a few
months back and it looks like they did this little trick to me in
frustration when they failed to start the thing.
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