Our service center is staffed with factory-trained and experienced service technicians that understand the Volkswagen brake system and its brake fluid maintenance requirements inside and out. The brake system relies on hydraulic brake fluid to transfer stopping force as needed each time the driver presses the brake pedal. Although brake fluid is an excellent hydraulic for automotive braking, it has a noteworthy chemical limitation in its affinity to absorb water that contaminates its reliable performance as a hydraulic fluid.
Brake fluid will have defective performance if it gets contaminated by water or is allowed to leak out of the brake system. If a brake component such as a line gets excessive wear and cracks, the opening will expose the brake fluid to humidity that is readily absorbed or it might allow the brake fluid to leak out. Regardless of the issue being contamination or leaks, our brake fluid exchange will identify the root cause and target that problem for corrective maintenance that restores peak brake system performance according to factory specifications. If you begin experiencing any of these symptoms of defective brake fluid, it is the wisest decision to schedule the corrective exchange service as quickly as possible:
Given the value of brake fluid to vehicular safety, it is a safety-conscious judgment to ensure it remains in excellent condition. The best way to ensure the brake fluid is at factory specifications is through frequent inspections and exchange service as needed to restore reliable brake system performance. If you own a Volkswagen due for brake fluid exchange, we invite you to receive a certified Volkswagen service from us at Hansel Volkswagen in Santa Rosa, CA.
Hansel Volkswagen, Corby Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA, USA