Brake Fluid Exchange

The hydraulic fluid that runs through your braking system is intended to minimize friction, and therefore it must withstand high heat. The majority of vehicles use Glycol-Ether based fluids that absorb moisture from the atmosphere, and can then cause corrosion, rust, and structural damage. For this reason, you need to have your brake fluid periodically flushed and replaced entirely with fresh fluid (called a brake fluid exchange.) 

Pricing Varies with Vehicle

What makes Rodadifferent?

  • Free valet pick-up and drop-off saves time and stress
  • Complimentary video inspection of your vehicle with every service
  • Competitive and transparent pricing + free light clean
  • Real time text communication/updates
  • 12,000 mile/12-month warranty

Frequently Asked Questions

Most manufacturer's recommend this service be completed every 3 years. It may be hard to keep track, but the good news is that all Roda client records (digital inspections, estimates, invoices, and services) are stored in your personal Virtual Garage making it easy to track and receive reminders about basic maintenance. 

Expensive larger repairs, and potential imminent safety concerns. Build-up in your brake fluid lines can cause your car to be less responsive when braking, and can also cause damage to the master cylinder or calipers that your brake system relies on. These components can be costly to replace, making this preventative maintenance service a valuable and cost-saving investment. 

yellow staryellow staryellow staryellow staryellow star