Brake Fluid Flush
Its really essential to maintain clean Brake Fluid.
Water can accumulate in the fluid which decreases braking efficiency, increases the corrosion of brake system components and can be the cause of total brake failure.
Clean brake fluid not only protects your safety it also prolongs the life of your braking system components by preventing corrosion.
Gejay Automotive are qualified to perform a wide range of brake services and repairs using quality parts, all covered by our Nationwide Warranty.
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Cost of a brake fluid flush changes according to vehicle type, and if there is additional repairs, maintenance or parts needed to complete the task. While we have your vehicle on the hoist, for your safety we will also check the calipers, wheel cylinders, brake hoses, brake lines, and master cylinder for any faults or signs of wear that need to be addressed and advise you if necessary.
If you would like to know costs - give our friendly staff a call to discuss your car and get a quote. If during the procedure we do notice something that needs extra attention that will affect our quote we will always call you to confirm before proceeding.
We put the car up on the hoist and take off the wheels, the next step is removing the existing fluid from the master cylinder. Then the cylinder is filled with fresh new, quality brake fluid of the correct type. Next, the brakes are 'bled' and the clean fluid flushes through the system, completely replacing the old. We will also check over your brake system for any signs of damage or wear that needs attention and advise you if necessary.
A brake fluid flush can be done as part of a scheduled service – but sometimes we may suggest you need one outside of a regular schedule if we feel it's necessary. We are always happy to discuss the reasons why with you.
Old brake fluid can still look clean – that doesn't make it safe. When there is water in the brake fluid, you might not see it, but it still makes it more likely to boil. Boiling fluid can cause loss of braking pressure or even sudden and unexpected brake failure. A visual inspection is not always going to tell you if there is dangerous amounts of water in your brake fluid, only a professional boiling point test can tell you this.
The standard recommendation is every two years, but your vehicles manufacturer log book may have a different schedule set out – but note that these are recommendations and so it is safest to evaluate the condition of your brake fluid on a regular basis.
When it comes to Brake Safety - We Don’t stop – So you do when you need to.
At Gejay Automotive we offer a full 65 point safety check, upon request, with every full car service which includes a written review of your brake fluid, master cylinder, front and back discs and pads, calipers and cylinders and more. This safety report lets you know if there is immediate or future need for repairs to your vehicle allowing you to be safe or budget in advance.