What are Some Fluids in Your Car That You Should Regularly Flush

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Keeping up the proposed maintenance schedule is perhaps the most crucial part of owning a car. And flushing the car fluids on a regular basis is pivotal to your vehicle’s overall performance. Flushing car fluid means replacing the old fluid with new. Your car contains various fluids including- transmission fluid, brake fluid, coolant, engine oil, power steering fluid etc. Each fluid has its own flushing necessities. You can flush your car fluids in many ways. If you don’t know which would come more effective, then better you should consult a deft car technician.

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WHAT ARE SOME FLUIDS IN YOUR CAR THAT YOU SHOULD REGULARLY FLUSH?

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The best way to maintain your car is to take it for regular servicing.

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Routine maintenance not only refers to engine & transmission.

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There are various fluids in your car, that are responsible for its smooth running.

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Here is the list of fluids that should be regularly flushed.

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The transmission fluid is one of the most important liquid in your car. TRANSMISSION FLUID FLUSH

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Many car owners think that transmission fluid is for the lifetime & doesn’t need top up.

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Not changing transmission fluid regularly can lead to transmission failure.

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You must change the transmission fluid every 60,000 miles.

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The coolant is a vital fluid as it helps the engine from overheating. COOLANT FLUSH

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Due to its nature of functioning, the coolant degrades over time.

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The coolant becomes less than idle which can damage the other parts of the engine.

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It is best to change the coolant after every 40,000 to 60,000 miles

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The brake fluid used in your car is hygroscopic in nature. BRAKE FLUID FLUSH

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It will absorb moisture which can lower the boiling point of brake fluid.

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Lowering of the boiling point will cause rusting in the hydraulic brake system.

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You can change your brake fluid after 3 years or 36,000 miles whichever comes first.

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These are some of the vital fluids in your car that need to be changed when necessary. CONCLUSION

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Take your car to an automotive shop to replace these fluids.

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