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As a Mopar certified service department, we have the resources needed to provide your vehicle with a quality brake fluid exchange featuring a factory-trained technician and the highest quality genuine Mopar Dot 3 brake fluid. If you are due for brake fluid exchange service, we invite you to check out our current service and parts specials for unprecedented service quality and value at DuPage Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.
The hydraulic braking system requires brake fluid to transfer energy from the master cylinder into the brake components at each wheel location. Every time that a driver pushes the brake pedal, hydraulic brake fluid is transferring the energy produced by the master cylinder into the calipers that clamp pads against rotors creating resistance that is stopping power.
The problem with brake fluid is that it readily absorbs moisture that reduces its integrity. Because brake fluid can leak from worn parts or get contamination that threatens its performance, it will need to have routine inspections and exchanges when found contaminated or leaking.
Have you been experiencing braking issues but are not sure what the problem is nor what to do about it? You will benefit from a brake inspection by a factory-trained technician that knows your model and its brakes professionally. We can get right to the bottom of the problem and fix it quickly and conveniently.
Defective brake fluid has either leaked or is contaminated. When the brake fluid is defective, there will be warning signs of the problem commonly experienced when braking:
At DuPage Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we take great care when servicing the brakes as a primary safety system. This is why your service here will always include a factory-trained technician supported by a full-service parts center stocked with the highest quality genuine Mopar parts. We will drain the old brake fluid, inspect each braking component thoroughly, make repairs as needed, and install brake fluid to specifications. A driving test will confirm results to factory specifications and we conclude all of our services with a complimentary multi-point inspection.