What is a Brake Fluid Flush?

A brake fluid flush is a crucial service should be performed at 30,000 miles. Over time dirt and debris will accumulate in the “brake fluid”. Dirt and debris enter the brake fluid through both the caliper seal and component wear. Fluid contamination is the leading cause of premature caliper failure. Moisture contamination is the most important factor in brake fluid. Due to extreme temperature change in the brake fluid, moisture will condense inside the fluid lowering the boiling point. This reduced boiling temperature leads to brake pedal fade and deterioration of hydraulic braking components.
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