If you own a Bentley, you know the value of taking it to people who understand the brand and its special needs. That includes dealing with “routine” things like brake fluid service and brake checks. If it’s time to get your brake fluid serviced, rely on our expert certified Bentley service techs for all of your needs. But first, let’s talk more about what a brake fluid service entails and why you might need one.
Bentleys, just like most vehicles, use disc brakes that are part of a system that relies on hydraulic brake fluid pressure to engage the brakes and stop the vehicle. Over time, this fluid cycles through the brake system and can become dirty or clogged with debris. Just from normal wear and tear, Bentley recommends a full brake fluid flush every two years, regardless of mileage.
This includes draining the entire system of all brake fluid, refilling the system with clean fluid, bleeding the brakes to generate the appropriate pressure in the hydraulic lines and remove air, and replacing any other necessary parts or components along the way.
During this service, you’ll probably also have your brakes inspected since the techs are working on the fluid lines anyway. This could help you identify potential issues or get an idea of when to expect that you may need brake service.
Brake fluid system checks are also recommended as a part of routine maintenance and care. When you take your Bentley in for its scheduled maintenance, the mechanics should check your brake fluid and the brakes themselves to ensure that everything is in good working order. This can help to prevent a lot of major issues down the road and identify problems or signs of wear early.
Bentley recommends brake fluid checks at every 5,000-mile service interval as part of standard maintenance, so when you choose a certified Bentley mechanic, they should deliver that as a minimum standard. If there are any issues with the fluid levels or quality during these checks, it could resolve problems sooner, such as if there is a leak in the system or a hydraulic line is pinched and causing the brake calipers to seize up.
We’ve been working on import and luxury models for years, handling everything from routine maintenance to serious repairs on brakes, engines, transmissions, exhaust systems, and so much more. We can even work with electronics and onboard computer systems, the HVAC system, and anything else that could be going wrong with your Bentley. Brake service is just one of the essential solutions we offer to our South Florida customers and is just the start of how we can help you keep your Bentley in top shape.
Call us today to discuss your maintenance needs, including brake fluid service, fluid checks, and other brake issues that you may be having. We serve the greater Miami area, including West Palm Beach, Coral Gables, Hallandale, Fort Lauderdale Beach, Davie, Hollywood, Sunny Isles, and other surrounding areas. Call us at (954) 944-2779 or schedule your appointment now.
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Hallandale Beach, FL 33009