Replenish the Fluids That Help Stop Your Vehicle

Aside from brake pads, your vehicle needs brake fluid in order to stop when you depress the pedal. The fluid operates when the vehicle is in motion and when the vehicle's temperature begins to rise.

The fluid flows through the brake lines. When the brake pedal is depressed, the force of the fluid is sent to the rotors, which is how the vehicle stops. If the pedal is not depressed completely, then the pressure on the fluid will only slow the vehicle instead of stopping it completely. There are different types of brake fluid that you can put in your car depending on whether you have anti-lock brakes or another type of system.

When you visit Ron Craft Chevrolet to have your oil changed and other fluids checked, the technicians can also check your brake fluid to ensure that it's at a proper level. We can also examine the brake lines to see if there are any leaks or other issues that need to be repaired before you get on the road.

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