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Brake fluid operates under high temperature, and high pressure.
Brake fluid is hydroscopic, meaning it absorbs moisture as it expands.
As little as 4-5 drops of water is enough to be detrimental to your braking system and your safety, decreasing its boiling point.
Worn out oxidized brake fluid causes corrosion, harmful deposits, and varnish build up. A brake fluid flush should be performed when your brake fluid shows signs of contamination, or every 2 years/40,000km.
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