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The brake fluid in your vehicle is held securely in a sealed system that only rarely requires a brake fluid exchange service. But, because your braking system is your most important safety system, different vehicle brands recommend periodic brake fluid exchanges. The brake fluid delivers hydraulic pressure to your brake cylinder, making them press with great force into the discs, to stop the vehicle. Any damage or defects to the brake fluid system can lead to a braking failure causing damage, injury, and death.
A brake fluid exchange ensures that your brake fluid system has sufficient brake fluid to reliably and safely stop your car. It also helps to ensure that your brake fluid is free from impurities and debris which could prevent the system from functioning properly or cause damage.
Your vehicle’s recommended brake fluid replacement schedule will vary depending on how you drive, where you drive, and the make and model of your car. While brake fluid can often go without service indefinitely, brake fluid checkups and exchanges are considered a necessary safety precaution. Because nothing is more important than the ability to bring your car or truck to a stop.
In the worst-case scenario, your brake fluid system can become damaged, allowing brake fluid to leak out. Other hazards include the possible impurities in your brake fluid which could cause a failure to stop due to improper flow. A brake fluid exchange is the only way to be certain that your car, truck, or SUV will be able to come to a stop when you need it to.
The service center at Chesrown Chevrolet Buick GMC in Columbus and Delaware, OH, knows which vehicles are recommended for regular brake fluid exchange service. Our certified technicians will make sure your brake fluid system is in top shape to keep you driving safe for the life of your car. Stop by or call today to make an appointment!