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Our brake fluid change and brake flush service replaces your brake fluid to remove debris, contaminants, or unwanted chemical deposits. A brake flush is often done when installing new brake pads or when you replace your brake lines.

We take pride in offering the best price for brake fluid change and flush services coupled with unparalleled speed and efficiency. Your vehicle's braking system is a critical component for your safety, and ensuring it operates at its best is our top priority.

Affordable Brake Flush Service: We understand the importance of keeping your maintenance costs in check. Our brake fluid flush services are competitively priced to offer you the best value for your money. We believe that safety shouldn't come at a high cost, and our affordable rates reflect our commitment to providing quality services without straining your budget.

Swift and Efficient Brake Fluid Change: Our garage performs brake fluid change quickly and efficiently, ensuring your vehicle spends minimal time off the road. We value your time and aim to get you back behind the wheel as swiftly as possible.

High Standard Brake Fluid Service: When you choose us for your brake fluid flush, you're opting for a service that goes beyond affordability and speed. Our experienced technicians use the latest techniques and high-quality brake fluid to flush your system thoroughly. We adhere to industry best practices to maintain the integrity of your braking system, ensuring optimal performance and safety.

Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed: Choose us for your brake flush needs, and experience the perfect blend of affordability, efficiency, expertise, and customer satisfaction.

Is a Brake Fluid Change & Brake Flush The Same Thing?

Essentially A brake fluid change and brake fluid flush is no real difference. When we change the brake fluid it is required to bleed the braking system to remove all air inside the lines, hoses and components. Prior to bleeding the brakes the old fluid is sucked out of the reservoir while perhaps 20% or so remains in the brake lines. To bleed the system means pumping the brake pedal to build up air and pressure in the lines and loosen the bleeder to release. This eliminates air and the remaining old fluid in the system. While bleeding the brakes, old fluid is automatically flushed out during the bleeding process. As old fluid is removed and new fluid is added, bleeding the brakes takes away the remaining old fluid in the brake lines.

Our full brake fluid flush effectively sucks, bleeds and pumps out all old fluid from the braking system. Once flushed and new fluid is added, the result in an efficient and smooth braking function back to spec.

Keeping your brake oil in fresh condition whether you call it a brake fluid change or brake fluid flush will ensure your brake system delivers optimal braking power and helps avoid costly brake repairs down the road.

How Much Does a Brake Fluid Change (Flush) Cost?

The cost of a brake fluid change can vary based on several factors including the type of vehicle you own and your location. On average, a brake flush can cost anywhere from $70 to $150 per axle.

It's important to note that the cost may also depend on whether you're getting a basic brake fluid change or if there are additional services included, such as a full brake system inspection or the use of premium brake fluid.

For an accurate and detailed quote, it's best to contact our location in your area. They can provide you with a specific brake flush cost based on your vehicle's make and model, ensuring you get the most precise estimate for the service you need.

What Is Our Brake Flush Process?

Whether you call it a brake flush or brake fluid change, when you come to our shop we follow the same process:

1. Checking Your Brake Fluid: Our mechanics begin by assessing the condition of your braking system. We inspect the brake fluid reservoir, brake lines, and calipers to identify any signs of contamination, moisture, leaks or debris.

2. Brake Fluid Removal: We carefully remove the old brake fluid from the system, ensuring that all the old, contaminated fluid is drained completely. This step is crucial to guarantee the effectiveness of the brake flush.

3. Brake Bleeding: We use a specialized brake bleeding tool to remove any remaining old fluid and air bubbles from the brake lines. This process ensures that the brake system is free of air pockets, which can compromise braking performance.

4. Fluid Replacement: Fresh, high-quality brake fluid, suitable for your specific vehicle, is introduced into the system. We use the manufacturer-recommended brake fluid type and adhere to the correct fluid level specifications.

5. System Check: After the brake fluid replacement, we conduct a thorough system check. This includes testing the brake pedal response, checking for any signs of leaks, and ensuring there are no unusual noises during braking.

6. Road Test: To validate the effectiveness of the brake flush, we perform a road test. This allows us to assess the overall braking performance, ensuring that your vehicle stops smoothly and responsively.

7. Final Inspection: A final inspection is carried out to confirm that the brake fluid flush was successful. We double-check all connections, the brake fluid level, and the overall integrity of the braking system.

8. Recommendations: If we find any issues during the process, we provide you with detailed recommendations. This could include additional brake system repairs or future maintenance suggestions to keep your braking system in optimal condition.

With our meticulous brake flush process, we ensure that your vehicle's braking system operates at its best, providing you with the safety and confidence you need on the road. Trust us for comprehensive brake fluid maintenance, executed with precision and expertise.

How Long Will It Take To Change The Brake Fluid?

The duration to change brake fluid can vary based on your specific vehicle, the complexity of the brake system, and the condition of the existing brake fluid. On average, a brake fluid change typically takes between 30 minutes to an hour.

However, there are a few variables that might affect the time required:

  • System Complexity: Vehicles with complex braking systems, such as those equipped with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) or traction control, may take a bit longer to bleed properly.

  • Brake System Condition: If the brake system is in good condition and there are no complications, the process will be faster. However, if there are issues such as air bubbles in the brake lines, it might take additional time to bleed the system thoroughly.

  • Type of Brake Fluid: Different types of brake fluid have varying viscosity and may flow differently. Some brake fluids might require more time to bleed properly compared to others.

  • Expertise: Our technicians are familiar with the specific vehicle make and model to perform the brake fluid change more efficiently.

  • Vehicle Accessibility: The ease of access to the brake fluid reservoir and other components can affect the time it takes to complete the process. Some vehicles have more accessible brake components, while others might require more time for disassembly and reassembly.

It's advisable to consult with our mechanic location where you plan to have the brake fluid changed. They can provide a more accurate time estimate based on your vehicle's specifications and the condition of your braking system. Additionally, they can inform you of any potential delays or complications that might affect the process.


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