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The braking system on your car is vital because it affects vehicle safely and performance. Unfortunately, brake fluid often gets neglected. The major sign of neglect is a "spongy" feel of the brake pedal, this indicates moisture in the system.
Brake Fluid Exchange. Help keep your brake system working efficiently and safely with a visit to Jiffy Lube® for a brake fluid exchange. Our service includes a visual inspection of the brake system, replacement with new fluid that meets or exceeds your vehicle manufacturer’s specifications and proper disposal of the used fluid.
Flushing Brake Fluid. Brake fluid is a hygroscopic fluid that starts absorbing water thus making it less effective. We suggest flushing your brake fluid once a year, but it's also a good idea to bleed your fluid every 6 months if you do a lot of hard breaking.
Nissan dealers will flush the brake system and remove the DOT 3 brake fluid and install new DOT 4 fluid. The dealer will also inspect the ABS actuator for correct operation and, if necessary, replace the ABS actuator with a new one.
Brake System Bleeding Procedure. This procedure has been prepared from various resources included our own experience. It is an "old-fashioned" (but in our opinion a much more straightforward and reliable) method of bleeding the brakes.
Inspecting and replacing your brake pads may save you money by preventing a "metal-on-metal" condition that accelerates the need to replace expensive rotors and/or drums.
AutoPark parking brake actuator troubleshooting, repair, and system flushing. If you have had a leaking actuator and have had us (or someone else) repair it, there is a very high probability that the system has a bunch of contamination and crud in it.
Brake rotors spin along with the wheels since they're both mounted to the hub via the wheel studs. The brake rotor is high grade steel and will often get a coating of rust very soon after a vehicle is washed or sits in the rain.
Brake maintenance is important in helping ensure the safety of you and your passengers. There are a number of signs that indicate your brakes need attention and you want to give them the best attention there is.
BG Brake Service is backed by the Lifetime BG Protection Plan® if the initial service is performed within 100,000 miles (160,000 km). To maintain coverage, get a BG Brake Service every 30,000 miles (50,000 km)!