Brake Fluid Exchange





Brake fluid exchanges are crucial to keeping your car’s braking system operating properly. When you press the brake pedal, brake fluid causes the brakes to compress making the car stop. Over time brake fluid will absorb water and become contaminated affecting the rubber parts of the brake system reducing the effectiveness of your brakes. A brake fluid exchange replaces the old, contaminated, fluid with new, clean, fluid. In most cases, we don’t even have to remove your tires.

It is important to get a brake system flush if your vehicle is at or near the manufacturers have recommended replacement mileage. A brake warning light on your dashboard is another indicator. Spongy or slow brake pedal feel and increased stopping distance are additional signs that your brake fluid requires replacing.

Brake Fluid Exchange Cost


Brake Fluid Flush

+Price based on $145 an hour for a 2002 Honda Accord 3.0 Liter Engine
*Price based on $150 an hour for a 2002 Honda Accord 3.0 Liter Engine
*Includes 2 quart of Dot 3 Brake Fluid



Atypical Mechanic


What We Do

Remove the old brake fluid in the reservoir
Remove the old brake fluid out of the lines

Add new brake fluid to system
Perform safety inspection

Good To Know


 Never use DOT 5 brake fluid in a vehicle designed for DOT 3 or DOT 4 fluids. It is ok to use DOT 4 fluid in a vehicle that requires DOT 3, but not vice-versa. 

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