Since vehicles have several mechanical systems that require fluids for lubrication or cooling purposes, there are several types of fluid flushes.
Flushing the used fluid from the transmission washes away tiny particles of dirt, clutch material, and metal shavings. By keeping up with 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. For all your transmission flush needs, visit our qualified and experienced transmission experts.
Coolant System Flush
A coolant flush and fill is basic maintenance for your cooling system and will help ensure maximum performance from your car's heating and cooling systems. New antifreeze will help your car's engine run cooler, and flushing it will remove any dirt, rust, or sediment which may damage the water pump and clog the engine water jacket and radiator. Bring your vehicle to our experienced technicians for a professional coolant system flush!
Brake System Flush
When you step on the brake pedal, hydraulic fluid rushes to each brake to apply the pressure that slows your vehicle. Over time the fluid can become compromised by moisture and other contaminants and brake performance can suffer. Water can accumulate in the fluid which affects braking efficiency, increases the corrosion of brake system components, and can be the cause of total brake failure. To prevent this, bring your vehicle to our expert mechanics for a professional brake system flush!
Worn-out differential fluid can lead to unreliable differential performance, noise, excessive wear, breakdown, or failure. Complete differential failure will result in your entire differential system needing to be replaced. That is why you need a timely differential flush - leave your vehicle in the competent hands of our qualified and experienced mechanics and enjoy safety on the road!
Power Steering Flush
Power steering fluid lubricates all of the moving parts throughout the power steering system. It prevents parts from wearing out and failing by removing contaminants that accumulate in the old fluid, and conditions the o-rings and seals. However, when power steering fluid circulates throughout the system of the pump and gear, it picks up wear material, as well as contamination from the breakdown of aging hoses and seals - any fluid that churns and is under high pressure, will wear out in time and be contaminated. That is why a regular power steering flush keeps your vehicle’s system intact and fully functional. Visit our skilled mechanics and have an expert power steering flush!