So a brake hose that is required to withstand 4K PSI will allow moisture to weep in but no signs of fluid escaping?As article I posted says, moisture gets through microscopic holes in braking hoses. In Europe any vehicle with brake fluid older than two years or moisture level above 2% cannot pass inspection. There is a reason for that. Not to mention cooper levels in fluid.
**** that’s magic! That’s why cars should only be driven on sunny dry days! I am indeed enlightened. Pass me the Koolaid please. Thanks!