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As your car’s most important safety feature, brakes deserve TLC. A cost-effective way to care for them is to check the brake fluid regularly. Unfortunately, most drivers don’t even think about this automotive essential until there’s a brake fluid leak. Let’s remedy that by explaining how to check brake fluid and make it part of your car care routine.
Before you roll up your sleeves and get started, remember these are general guidelines. Please refer to your owner’s manual for specifics about your vehicle.
If you see warning signs during this check — like a dip in fluid level or murky fluid — please don’t ignore them. Failure to respond could leave you with brake system issues and an expensive repair bill.
We get it: DIY may not be your thing. So, bring your car to any of our 2,000+ Jiffy Lube locations and let a trained technician check your brake fluid. During the service visit:
If you suspect your brake fluid is low or the brake warning indicator is illuminated, pay attention! It could mean a brake fluid leak, or maybe your brake pads require replacement. Bring your car, truck, SUV, or minivan to Jiffy Lube before you experience a reduction in brake performance.
Now you know about brake fluid, but what about brake pads? Here’s information about how long brake pads last.
Brake fluid is important but it’s not the only fluid that keeps your vehicle running smooth. Learn about how Jiffy Lube® fluid replacement and exchange services help maintain your transmission, radiator coolant, and more.
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