Brake fluid should be changed approximately every 30,000
miles. It degrades and collects impurities over time, including flecks from
surrounding parts like calipers and rubber from the master cylinder. As these
parts shed, their debris ends up in the brake fluid, which eventually
compromises its effectiveness.
Many people neglect to get their brake fluid flushed in
Scottsdale and Phoenix, but one must realize that a car's stopping power is one
of the biggest keys to road safety. So, if your technician tells you it's time
for a brake flush, take it as a serious warning. The service is inexpensive and
involves removing all of the old oil and replacing it with entirely new, clean
fluid, which will help protect your brakes from damage. Because the fluid is hygroscopic,
it collects and retains moisture which would otherwise corrode and cause rust
development to occur in your car's brake system. Since the system is largely
composed of metallic parts, this function is highly important when it comes to
keeping your brakes in top-working condition.
It you've driven more than 30,000 miles and haven't
received this service, please print out the coupon above and schedule an
appointment to get a brake fluid flush in Scottsdale!