Nothing in your Mercedes-Benz keeps you as safe on the roads of Westport as your brakes. That’s why it’s important to keep tabs on them between service appointments. Knowing how to check brake fluid and knowing what color is brake fluid supposed to be will help you know when it’s time to have your brakes serviced. Learn how to check brake fluid and other handy DIY car care tips with Mercedes-Benz of Fairfield.
Brake fluid is a hydraulic liquid that makes it easier to apply pressure to the brakes as you drive around Norwalk and Weston. You should check brake fluid monthly to reduce the risk posed by leaks! Here are some signs that your Mercedes-Benz is low on brake fluid:
Even if you’re checking your brake fluid regularly, you’ll still need to replace your brake pads eventually. When the time comes, we can help with that too!
New brake fluid should be clear with a slight yellow sheen to it. Why is it important to know what color is brake fluid supposed to be? Because the color and opacity of brake fluid can indicate if it’s time to replace the brake fluid. If brake fluid has visible debris in it, or the color has turned dark, schedule a service appointment to have it changed.
Now that you know how to check brake fluid, you can learn more about maintaining your Mercedes-Benz. Read our service tips and tricks for more information. Or, feel free to contact the Mercedes-Benz of Fairfield service department to get direct answers to your Mercedes-Benz maintenance questions today!
The Mercedes-Benz GLB interior is designed for versatility: it stands unique among 3rd row Mercedes-Benz SUVs because of its compact size. And that advantage is just one among many that Westport drivers get with the GLB! This SUV’s interior is full of luxurious amenities as well. Mercedes-Benz of Fairfield covers GLB configurations, GLB dimensions, and more in our comprehensive guide to the 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLB interior.
If you’re on the market for a luxury SUV, Mercedes-Benz has some of the best options in Fairfield–and one of the most popular is the Mercedes-Benz GLC. This best-seller comes as an SUV and as a Coupe, but the options don’t stop there.
Whether you’re considering the SUV or the Coupe, you’ll have a wide range of 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLE configurations to consider. Even the base-level Mercedes-Benz GLE 350 runs roughshod over most competitors, and drivers who decide to upgrade can rest assured that they’re approaching the pinnacle of the mid-size luxury SUV segment. Mercedes-Benz GLE Inventory Contact Us…