I have a bit of a strange question. I am currently living in Grenada where car parts are hard to come by, and I need to replace my master cylinder. My car, a 1997 Suzuki Sidekick, apparently utilizes several different types of master cylinders, and the particular kind I need is nowhere to be found. I have found one that matches mine almost perfectly. However, it has three brake line ports, whereas mine only has two. I was thinking that I could probably just plug the third brake line port with a bolt and call it good. Is there a reason why I shouldn’t do this? I imagine it wouldn’t interfere with normal brake operation. Thank you to whoever tries to help me out with this.