Brake Fluid Flush

There is an increasing awareness of the dangers of water and corrosion producing contaminates. Brake fluid contaminated by moisture dangerously lower the boiling point of the fluid to the point that, even under ordinary conditions, your brakes could get hot enough to cause the brake fluid to boil causing vapor to form in the brake system. Brake fluid contamination has become so much a concern of some major car manufacturers that they have added it to their required maintenance. Failure to change your vehicle brake fluid can result in costly repairs.

Brake Fluid Flush includes:

  • Check brake fluid for moisture and contamination
  • Inspect all hydraulic lines and hose
  • Inspect calipers, wheel cylinders and bleed screws
  • Inspect master cylinder and cap
  • Clean out dirt and old fluid from master cylinder
  • Flush old fluid out of master cylinder, calipers and wheel cylinders
  • Top off master cylinder with new brake fluid
  • Road test vehicle for proper brake operation