Brake Fluid Check & Change ServiceAt Goodyear Auto Service, we’ll start by checking the condition of your brake fluid for free. If there are signs of contamination and you choose to move forward with our Brake Fluid Flush, our service technicians will replace your old fluid with high-quality brake fluid. Don’t compromise your braking system, schedule an appointment today for a brake fluid change. Add to Appointment
WHAT OUR BRAKE FLUID FLUSH SERVICE IS AND WHEN YOU NEED IT
What oil is to your engine, brake fluid is to your stopping ability. When it gets low or contaminated, it can compromise your entire braking system. So, what is the easiest way to know what kind of shape yours is in? Stop in today for a free brake fluid check from one of our service technicians, and know for sure.
When to Change Brake Fluid:
- You’ve exceeded your vehicle manufacturer’s recommended time between brake fluid checks.
- You notice a decrease in stopping power.
ABOUT OUR BRAKE FLUID SERVICE
What’s Included in a Brake Fluid Check and Brake Fluid Change at Goodyear Auto Service?
Our service technicians understand the importance of an uncompromised braking system to your confidence behind the wheel.
Our service starts with a free check to inspect the condition of your existing brake fluid to ensure it’s at the right level and free from contamination.
If your brake fluid is contaminated, our service technicians will inform you of our paid brake fluid service, during which we replace your brake fluid with new, high-quality brake fluid that meets your vehicle’s precise specifications.
How Important is a Brake Fluid Flush?
Over time, brake fluid absorbs moisture and becomes contaminated with copper. This is a telling sign of when to change brake fluid as it can lead to premature corrosion and deterioration of your braking components. And when your capacity to stop is compromised, so is your ability to keep going.
How Often Should You Check Brake Fluid?
The Motorist Assurance Program recommends that you check your brake fluid monthly or in keeping with your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations to help reduce the risks associated with brake fluid that’s been compromised.