Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: West Ossipee, NH
Brake fluid is hygroscopic - it has to absorb moisture - when the brakes heat moisture forms - when it gets hot enough it boils creating more moisture - over time it loses it's ability to absorb and it will create air pockets - air pockets mean you have no pressure which equal no brakes - (there's a little more to it but that is basic layman / rider terms!!
Bottom line change fluid every two years - passenger vehicles as well - will they fail if you don't? Maybe not - but will definitely lose some stopping power........
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