Brake fluid serves as the lifeblood of the braking system. Without brake fluid, a hydraulic fluid, the various parts could not perform. In short, the brakes can't work without brake fluid creating the necessary pressure to force all the components to do their job.

Brake fluid remains stored in the metal brake lines visible underneath a car. You can look under the car and see the lines connecting directly to the wheels. Inside the car, when you press down on the brake pedals, the fluid forces through the line system. The generated pressure hits the parts, including the rotors and brake pads. The wheels react by slowing down and stopping.

Don't let the brake fluid age out. Be sure the right amount remains in the lines. And be careful to check for leaks. The fluid must stay preserved.

Drivers in Albuquerque must be on top of brake services. Contact the service department at MARK MITSUBISHI-NM to schedule any maintenance work.



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