If you're like most drivers, you don't think about your brakes until they stop working (and hopefully you're not careening down a mountain road when this happens). But, if you're smart, you'll take good care of your brakes. You'll replace the pads and resurface the rotors as needed. Check out why you should bleed and flush your brakes < Click Here >
Brake Fluid Bleed $60.00
When to service: A dropping brake pedal is the result of lack of pneumatic pressure in the brake system. Sometimes this is caused by air pockets in the system. Other times it’s the symptom of a failing master cylinder or a leak in the system. Bleeding the brake fluid of air pockets can prevent a dropping brake pedal.
- Apply pressure to the brake system and open bleeding screws on the brake calipers or wheel cylinders.
- Add OE specific brake fluid as needed
Brake Fluid Flush and Service $90.00
When to service: Brake fluid flushes are recommended every 30 thousand miles. Brake fluid can lose viscosity over time and with some of the most extreme temperatures in the country ranging from 0°F to 100°F, moisture is likely to build in the system.
- Evacuate all brake fluid using brake fluid flush machine
- Includes brake fluid bleed service