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I was crusing down the highway last night and happened to notice that the break fluid on the handlebars looked empty. (second ride after leaving from the dealership). Called the dealer this morning and asked if there is special way to check and he said turn the bars all the way left and set on side stand, then should see a bubble. I dont think i see anything and I'm not blind by any means. He said that the brake fluid is clear though. What do you guys think. Im trying to decide if I should go back and kick his ass for letting me drive off the lot with no brake fluid.
 

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I was crusing down the highway last night and happened to notice that the break fluid on the handlebars looked empty. (second ride after leaving from the dealership). Called the dealer this morning and asked if there is special way to check and he said turn the bars all the way left and set on side stand, then should see a bubble. I dont think i see anything and I'm not blind by any means. He said that the brake fluid is clear though. What do you guys think. Im trying to decide if I should go back and kick his ass for letting me drive off the lot with no brake fluid.
Phillips screwdriver, take off cap, check visually... :rolleyes:
 

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It's clear mine looks like it is empty too. I bought some when I was messing with my brakes and DOT 4 is clear like water. Take the 2 screws out of the cover and look.:D:D
 

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If you open it , cover the tank with something first, sometimes they are so full the fluid comes running over the top. They are filled from the bleed screw at the factory, I would bet it is full,
 
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