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Understanding Brake Fluid Viscosity
Viscosity is a measure of thickness for brake fluid, especially at low temps. Brake fluid needs to be thin so it easily flows through the ABS system.
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Understanding the Critical Role of Brake Fluid
Brake fluid protects the metals used inside the braking system such as calipers, wheel cylinders, master cylinders, and ABS control valves.
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Not All Brake Fluid Is Created Equal
Ultra-premium brake fluid is created with corrosion protection, excellent material combability and improved lubricity.
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A Closer Look at Brake Fluid Boiling Points
A high boiling point is critical in enabling the brake fluid to transmit force to the braking system which results in a safer vehicle.
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What is a DOT 4 LV Brake Fluid
Manufacturers have created low viscosity formulas of DOT 4. Viscosity is measured by how brake fluid spreads over a surface within a set time.
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Recommending Ultra-Premium Brake Fluid
Ultra-premium brake fluid is designed to perform in any environment and deliver reliable brake system operation due to its low-temperature viscosity.
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How Do You Test Brake Fluid
Due to brake fluid being hydroscopic, the condition depends on two types of indicators - water concentration and the condition of the additive.
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How Do You Store Brake Fluid?
Once a bottle of brake fluid is opened, moisture will compromise the contents. Use or discard within a year after opening for maximum benefits.
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Why Choose Ultra-Premium Brake Fluid?
Brake fluid is a hydraulic fluid that applies braking force to all four of the vehicle’s wheels when the driver presses on the brake pedal.
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Why Wet and Dry Boiling Points Are Important
Dry boiling points are the point that a new package of brake fluid boils at, while wet boiling points are measured after the brake fluid absorbs moisture.
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Brake Fluid Boiling Points: What are They and Why Do They Matter?
You know that DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluid formulas have different boiling points, but what do those different temperatures actually mean?
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Breaking Down the DOT Ratings for Brake Fluid
DOT numbers categorize brake fluid by its boiling point. For example, DOT 4 has a higher boiling point than DOT 3 which gives it its higher number.
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Brake-Fluid Replacement Is More Important Than Ever
Brake-fluid is essential to the operation of the braking system. Learn the importance of brake fluid and the difference between DOT 3 and DOT 4 formulations.
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How Do You Flush the ABS System?
Skills and tools for replacing or flushing large volumes of brake fluid efficiently as well as tips for what brake fluid to use for your ABS system.
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Service Done Right #7: The Most Important Fluid On The Car – And How To Test It
Addressing inspection details from brake fluid color to hygroscopic brake fluid properties and brake fluid shelf life.
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ADVICS Brake Fluid
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Brake Fluid 101: What Does Brake Fluid Do? What is the Difference Between DOT 3 vs. DOT 4?
The main difference between DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluid formulas is their ability to handle heat and water absorption within the braking system.
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ADVICS Brand Launches New Line of Ultra-Premium Brake Fluids
ADVICS, the leader in advanced braking technology, won an Automotive Communications Award at AAPEX 2021 for “Best B2B Technical Article/Blog/Content Piece,” for its technical article titled “Ceramic vs. Semi-Metallic Brake Pads: How They Work and What They’re Made Of.”
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