Brake Fluid Changes: How, Why and When?
Hydraulic brakes have fluid that enables them to work. The longer the fluid is in the car, the more moisture it absorbs, reducing the boiling point of the fluid. The lower the boiling point the more chance of air bubbles forming as the fluid gets hot which will prevent your brakes working properly.
Most vehicle manufacturers recommend changing the brake fluid every 2 years. Even if it looks ok there may be moisture at the microscopic level that will affect your braking system. We can replace the fluid for you as part of your service.
While your car is with us for a Service, why not also have your engine carbon cleaned for a reduced rate too? This can save you upto 15% on fuel at the pump and makes your car way kinder to the enviroment.
We seek customer agreement before any extra work is carried out.
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