As small parts of the braking system begin to deteriorate, tiny pieces may float around and end up inside of your brake fluid. Over time, moisture also collects and is absorbed in your brake fluid. This is why you should have your brake fluid inspected every 30,000 miles. If it is time for a brake fluid flush, our factory-trained technicians will flush all of the old oil out of your brake system and add fresh, new oil.
How do I know if I need my brake fluid flushed?
- If the oil is excessively dark (it should be a light-amber color)
- If the oil is below the “max” level
- If your brake light comes on
If any of the above are true for your Subaru, bring it in to your local Subaru dealership for a brake fluid inspection. Ready to make an appointment? Schedule an appointment today