I just ran a car of mine on a road course today using the same ole Valvoline Synthetic fluid that is both DOT3 and DOT4 and costs all of $7.99 for a quart or so at Advance Auto. I was running with guys that have changed to numerous hipo $$$ brake fluids. My "cheap" fluid did just fine. Any fluid that is the correct DOT # and meets any stated Mopar spec will be fine. Anything beyond that is overkill. Please note that in most cars, the use of DOT3 and DOT4 are are fine and they can be mixed, but DOT5 cannot be mixed with 3/4. Don't assume 5 is newer/better and exceeds 3/4, so switching to it is awesomeness. Those that switch to DOT5 have to get all of the 3/4 out of the system. I believe DOT5 is paint friendly, and some auto restorers use it for that reason. (yeah, in case you didn't know, if any 3/4 drips on your paint, wipe it off ASAP).
It would be worthwhile getting a quote from the dealer on what they would charge to perform the bleeding and see if it's worth your time/money to let them do it. The labor time may be lower than you think. Or maybe not. It is a messy job unless you get the right size tubing to fit over the bleeder screws to direct the fluid where you want it.
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