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Brake Fluid

Through normal brake functioning, brakes create heat, part of this heat is absorbed by the brake fluid, and if the brake fluid begins to boil, so-called vapour locks will be created. This results in brake failure which could seriously compromise you and your vehicle's safety.

 

To prevent vapour locks, the brake fluid must have a high boiling point to keep car parts including brakes working well. However, glycol based brake fluids absorb moisture from the air (hygroscopic), which, over time, lowers the boiling point and reduces performance and effectiveness. After 2-3 years, depending on the specification and quality of the brake fluid, the boiling point can drop down to under 170 °C. The team at Autoland, North Shore mechanic are qualified fluid and oil changers and can take care of all your brake fluid needs.

 

If you’re looking for a mechanic on the North Shore to change your brake fluid or deal with any brakes or brake pads issues you might be having, get in touch with these Auckland car service specialists.

 

You will find Autoland, the North Shore mechanic is particularly convenient if you live or work around the following areas:

 

Mairangi bay, Sunnynook, Sunset North, Meadowood, Wairau Park, Rothesay Bay, Pinehill, Campbells Bay, Forest Hill, Murrays Bay and Rosedale.

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Brakes

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Warranty

The MTA Repairer Warranty:

Gives customers confidence in the soundness of repairs carried out by MTA repairers
Is given at no extra cost to customer


Means that the MTA repairer will remedy any defects (subject to the exclusions set out below) that arise in a repair during the period that the MTA Repairer Warranty is valid (this may involve the MTA repairer covering the reasonable cost of parts and labour to remedy any defects.


Is valid for a qualifying repair, for the earlier of six months or 10,000km from the date of repair.

 

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Suspension

Suspension systems serve a dual purpose contributing to the vehicle's roadholding/handling and braking for good active safety and driving pleasure.

 

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