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Brake Flush, Radiator Flush, Transmission Flush, Power Steering Flush, Newport News, Yorktown, Hampton


Why are fluid-exchange services important for my vehicle?


Over time, your vehicle's essential fluids, including transmission, brake, and power-steering fluids, lose their ability to clean, cool, lubricate, and flow freely, potentially leading to problems such as transmission overheating and/or failure.


Vehicle fluid-exchange services may help:


  • Improve vehicle performance

  • Save you money

  • Extend the life of your transmission

  • Restore fuel-system efficiency for optimal fuel economy

  • Reduce harmful emissions

  • Prevent future costly fuel-system repairs

Radiator Flush

IModern aluminum engine components are prone to corrosion. Most coolants lose their anti-corrosive properties after two years, but anytime you see rusty fluid instead of green, red or orange, it’s time for a flush. A clean system will run more efficiently and protect your car.

Transmission Flush

By keeping up with the your vehicle's recommended transmission fluid change schedule, you can keep your transmission in good working order and decrease the likelihood of costly transmission repairs down the road. In many cases, a transmission fluid exchange is due every 30,000 miles or 2 years.

Brake Flush

A good rule of thumb is to have your brakes flushed about every 30,000 miles (48,280 kilometers) or so. Note that brake flushing and bleeding the brakes are two different procedures. Brake flushing involves removing all the brake fluid from the system and getting all-new, clean fluid inside. Brake bleeding just means removing enough brake fluid to get air bubbles out of the brake lines. So, make sure you get your brakes flushed regularly

Power Steering Flush

Over time, the seals, O-rings and internal power-steering components will wear out. When they break apart, they contaminate the power-steering fluid, which forces the power-steering pump to work harder (having to pump little chunks instead of just fluid) and eventually break down.

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