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Engine-compartment blowers or other moving parts in the area of the engine
Hands, fingers, items of clothing (ties, sleeves, etc.), necklaces or long hair can be drawn in by moving parts, e.g. the engine-compartment blowers, drive belt, etc., when working in the engine compartment.
The engine-compartment blowers are mounted in the engine compartment.
After the engine is switched off, the engine compartment temperature is monitored for approx. 30 minutes.
During this period, and depending on temperature, the engine-compartment blowers may continue to run or start to run.
Hot engine parts
The engine and adjacent components become very hot when the engine is running.
Regular checking of the brake fluid is part of servicing.
The fluid level should always be between the MIN and MAX markings.
A slight decrease in the fluid level due to wear and automatic readjustment of the disk brakes is normal.
However, if the fluid level falls significantly or goes below the MIN marking, the brake system may have developed a leak.
Swallowing brake fluid
Brake fluid is hazardous to your health, and may be fatal if swallowed.
Brake fluid attacks and can damage paintwork.
Changing brake fluid
Brake fluid absorbs moisture from the air over time. The absorbed water can impair braking efficiency.
Brake warning light USA
Brake warning light Canada
The warning light on the instrument panel and the warning message on the multi-function display alert you to the fact that the brake fluid level is too low and could indicate brake circuit failure if the pedal travel is greater than normal.