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Why should you get a fluid flush?

Flushes maintain vehicle longevity

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It doesn’t really matter who you ask, it’s important to flush in all situations, in some cases it may be best to flush twice. Believe it or not, we think that your car could benefit from a cleanse too, which is why we suggest giving your car the flush it deserves! We’ve prepared this guide for you to highlight the importance of a brake flush and a coolant flush so that your car stays happy for many years to come.

Brake Fluid Flush

When considering replacing your brake pads and rotors, it may be a good idea to also consider performing a brake fluid flush. Brake fluid over time can have the tendency to become contaminated with small particles that ultimately reduces the boiling point of the brake fluid. When your fluid boils faster, it can cause your fluid to vaporize which in turn negates the hydraulic braking force. Some people may think that even a small reduction won’t make a difference, but brake failure could be the difference of an inch that could avoid a catastrophic accident or collision. Next time you swap out your brakes be sure to check if you need to flush your brake fluid. This will ensure it’s clean and that it will brake optimally and avoid long term damage to other braking components.

Prevent Contamination

Coolant Flush

Since we mentioned the occasional importance of a “double-flush” we’re going to get into a secondary flush that is often overlooked. A coolant flush. Engine coolant is a fluid that is a heat transfer fluid designed to pull excess heat to maintain safe operating temperatures. While an engine generates a lot of heat, the coolant helps maintain that engine cool, it stops the engine’s water from boiling and it prevents rust and corrosion on metal and plastic parts. In summary, a coolant flush will remove rust and scale deposits that can build up and damage your entire cooling system. The new coolant will provide you with the additive and lubrication necessary to keep your engine running at optimal temperatures.

Run Efficient

Transmission Flush

We may have mentioned that occasional importance of a “double flush,” but we thought it would be fitting to include an honorable mention in the mix. The honorable mention in this scenario is a transmission flush. When considering the fact, your transmission is what allows your vehicle to shift through gears to get around town. The transmission fluid inside of it is what keeps the gears and components properly lubricated for a smooth ride. Ultimately, the fluid allows the transmission to maintain regulated temperature and all parts moving without harmful friction.

Keep it Cool

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It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you flush on a regular basis. It allows you to rid your vehicle of any contaminants and particles that may be lingering. These contaminants are what keep your vehicle from performing the way it was intended to.  If you find yourself realizing that your vehicle has probably never received a flush, then it may be a good idea to get it into the service department asap! Call us at Bill Luke Tempe today, and our service technicians will flush away all your problems!

Bill Luke Tempe 33.3459791, -111.9689947.