Warning Signs of Faulty Brake Fluid:
The most accurate way of knowing your Brake Fluid’s health is with a chemical testing procedure. We can get that done easily for you; however, if you have any of these warning signs
of bad brake fluid, it is best to bring your vehicle to the service center for an accurate diagnosis:
- Brake light is on
- Strange noise when braking
- Brake fluid leaking
- Soft or spongy brake pedal
What’s included in Brake Fluid Exchange Service?
Brake Fluid Exchange Service begins with a certified technician. A certified technician will open your brake bleeder screws and will force out the old brake fluid with special equipment at the master cylinder. The certified technician will then confirm that fresh brake fluid has pushed out all of the old fluid at every wheel location. The difference being average service and the best service is being thorough. That means removing all of the old brake fluid and totally exchanging it with new. The certified technician will then top off the brake fluid reservoir to factory specifications and replace the reservoir cap. To confirm performance, the certified technician will then test the brake pedal to ensure the brake system is working properly. You should also know that every Brake Fluid Exchange Service comes with a complimentary multi-point inspection that will help you catch minor problems before they can get out of hand.