Hi guys, my 348 failed the MOT this morning at my local garage due to a corroded front brake pipe. :-( To save the hassle and expense of ordering a genuine pipe and getting it fixed miles away at my authorised dealer we agreed that the garage would "make up" this new short piece of brake pipe and fit it for £40 tomorrow morning. I'm not distrusting the garage but they don't usually work on anything like a Ferrari. I checked the owners manual for details of bleeding the brakes and topping up the reservoir but the manual is sketchy. Please could someone be kind enough to answer a couple of questions for me? 1) Where is the reservoir? In the manual it looks like it is under the front bonnet (hood) on the same side as the steering wheel, is this correct? 2) The manual says "brake and clutch fluid reservoir" does this mean that the same reservoir is used for the clutch and the brake fluid? I wouldn't have imagined the car would be designed in this way and would have separate reservoirs? 3) If it is a shared reservoir then do they have to bleed the clutch as well as the brakes? 4) From the manual, the car seems to have 3 brake circuits, one for each front wheel and a shared one for the rear. Will all three need to be bled or just the one they are working on? 5) Anything I should look out for or advise the garage to do that is vastly different from a "regular" car? Thanks ever so much for any advice you knowledgable guys can offer me! Kind regards, Justyn. 1994 348 Spider, Rosso Corsa, Crema Hide.