You might drain a small amount of brake fluid from a rear wheel brake
cylinder, into a clear glass jar. I would be very surprised if you did
not find a bit of water at the bottom, with silicone fluid floating
above. You will not see water in the master cylinder, as it works its
way to the lower points in the system.
On Fri, 20 May 2005 20:57:29 +0200 Hans Duinhoven <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I live near the Northsea Netherlands - quite damp as well, though the
> GT is
> always parked into the heated garage when not driven.
> Anyway the silicone fluid is in for many years now (8+ I suppose)
> there's no sign of water.
> Perhaps the plactic brake fluid cannister of the master cylinder of
> my '71
> model helps here.