Unless you're a super hero, the strength in your leg isn't enough to stop tons of moving auto. So a hydraulic system filled with special brake fluid is used to multiply the power you apply to your brakes. Over time, the brake fluid can absorb water from the air, which can reduce your braking power and cause wear and corrosion. A brake fluid change (some people call it a “brake fluid flush”) keeps your braking system strong, so that when you step on the brake pedal, the vehicle stops as you expect. It also helps extend the life of your entire brake system.
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Keeping the engine cool is a critical job. Without it, the engine melts into a solid block. It keeps the water pump, radiator, hoses, and liquid coolant working to protect your engine from excess heat.
Belts hardly ever fail while you’re at the service station. That would be too easy. To avoid a breakdown, have your belts inspected regularly—especially if they’re 4-5 years old or have 50,000 miles on them.
Most manufacturers recommend every 30,000 to 60,000 miles.
You shouldn’t have to recharge your air conditioner every year.