Fluid Flush

Fluid Flush

Fluid Flush Service at Subaru of Midland Odessa

A fluid flush is an important part of routine vehicle maintenance. There are multiple types of fluid flushes that your vehicle will need in order to keep it running smoothly and performing at its best. It’s likely that your vehicle will need oil changes more often than the other types of fluid flushes. However, it’s still important that your vehicle gets its other kinds of fluid flushes as needed. If you’d like to learn more about fluid flush service, call or visit Subaru of Midland Odessa in Midland, TX, next time you’re near Dallas. The qualified technicians in our service center have the expertise to evaluate when your vehicle needs a fluid flush, and you can schedule one today by giving us a call or using our online service scheduler.

Different Types of Fluid Flushes

Certain systems in your vehicle require fluid to protect the system and keep it running smoothly. Over time, harmful materials can build up within the fluid and prevent it from doing its job properly. That is why it’s necessary to change the fluid out for new, uncontaminated fluid.

  1. Brake Fluid Flush: Brake fluid gets contaminated faster than other types of fluid, which makes brake fluid flushes one of the most important types of fluid flushes. Keeping your brake fluid clean and in good condition will help you protect your brake system from damage.
  2. Coolant Flush: It’s no secret that a vehicle’s engine is an important component that every driver wants to protect. Coolant is an essential part of an engine, which is why you’ll want to make sure it doesn’t run out or obtain a buildup of contaminants. The technicians at Subaru of Midland Odessa can check your engine coolant to make sure it’s clean and at the proper fill level.
  3. Transmission Fluid Flush: The transmission is another part of your vehicle that you’ll want to protect as best you can to prevent expensive and time-consuming repairs. Your owner’s manual should tell you how often your vehicle needs a transmission fluid flush, but our technicians can always check it for you when you come into our service center.
  4. Power Steering Flush: Many drivers neglect to change their vehicle’s power steering fluid since it’s assumed by many that it should last as long as a vehicle. That’s not always the case, however. This fluid can break down as a result of certain circumstances such as severe weather. Many professionals recommend scheduling a power steering flush once your vehicle reaches 50,000-75,000 miles.

Learn More About Fluid Flushes

Next time you come to our service center at Subaru of Midland Odessa, you can ask one of our technicians about fluid flushes for your vehicle. They can do a quick inspection to let you know if any fluids need to be changed. If you have any questions about fluid flushes or any other service we offer, don’t hesitate to give us a call or stop by.

Stop by Subaru of Midland Odessa next time you’re around Big Bend National Park to find quality and affordable service for your vehicle.