Volkswagen Brake Fluid Change
Stop at Sinclair Volkswagen for your brake fluid change and you’ll certainly be glad that you did.
Your car’s braking performance can be seriously affected if you don’t get this important maintenance job undertaken, which is caused by water ingress.
Brake fluid operates at temperatures of up to 230°C but over time absorbs water which boils at 100°C and turns to compressible vapour that impacts on braking efficiency.
A brake fluid change should be carried out at year three and then booked every two years thereafter. Otherwise moisture build-up may result in the brake fluid boiling when braking, which will have a detrimental effect on performance and could eventually lead to brake failure as well as an expensive bill to fix. A spongy feel when depressing the brake pedal is a sign that you may have an issue.
Book your brake fluid change at Sinclair Volkswagen and our manufacturer-trained technicians will check for leaks before draining the system and replenishing it with new brake fluid.
We’ll test the system to ensure everything is perfect and put a stamp in your service book to confirm your total peace-of-mind.
As well as the reassurance of having the work done by the people who know your Volkswagen best, you can also enjoy the value-for-money of booking the job through our fixed price servicing programme.
Volkswagen Brake Fluid Change Video
Terms and Conditions
Brake fluid change.
Excludes: Over 2.0 litre engines, e-up!, e-Golf, Golf GTE, Passat GTE, Phaeton and Touareg.