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Anyone have the part number for factory brake fluid 2017 HC Charger?

Also, who sells stainless brake lines? And recommended brands?
 

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I would upgrade from factory brake fluid to synthetic, for lines check with Stop Tech.
 

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Home 2020 Dodge Challenger Clutch Controls 4318080ad
Brake Fluid - Mopar (4318080ad)
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I would upgrade from factory brake fluid to synthetic, for lines check with Stop Tech.
Be careful with DOT5 Synthetic Brake Fluid... it can cavitate flowing across some valving and orifices, i.e. ABS Systems Manifolds. I installed DOT5 in a car once and had to take it out because of the Cavitation Issue.

Recommend sticking with the Dodge DOT 3 or 4 Fluid.
 

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Goodridge is another brand for lines.
 

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Be careful with DOT5 Synthetic Brake Fluid... it can cavitate flowing across some valving and orifices, i.e. ABS Systems Manifolds. I installed DOT5 in a car once and had to take it out because of the Cavitation Issue.

Recommend sticking with the Dodge DOT 3 or 4 Fluid.
DOT 4 LOVES water. LOVES it. It takes "hygroscopic" to a whole new level. Were I to employ it, I would be tempted to put a layer of aluminum foil above the sealing rubber thing with a tiny pinhole in it in the middle.
Then, there is the infiltration via the piston seals in the calipers.
It's great fluid, but it needs to be flushed more often for maximum performance. If you have access to a vacuum pump, you could heat it up nicely in a metal can with a pinhole in the top and then put it in a vacuum chamber and let the water boil off, if you really wanted to re-use it.
 
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