Brake fluid container

It’s easy to forget to check the fluids in your car. But they all have an important job. You car won’t be drivable without properly operating brakes.

One of the first indicators that there is a problem is your brake warning dash light. Check the reservoir to make sure it has and adequate amount of brake fluid. If it’s low, it needs to be filled, and may mean that you have a leak.

If there is a leak, it could be coming from several areas in the braking system. When caught early, repairs can be cheaper, and you’ll avoid breakdowns when driving on the highway.

Symptoms Can Include:

1) Low fluid in the reservoir
2) Brake pedal feels “mushy”
3) The pedal goes farther down when pressed than normal
4) Visible fluids underneath your car’s wheels
5) Your car takes extra time to stop – this could be dangerous in a situation where you have to stop quickly.

Check your brake fluid regularly to identify any potential problems. If you are concerned about a possible leak, our technicians can quickly diagnose the problem, do a brake fluid flush, and suggest repairs to keep you on the road.

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