Brake fluid needs to be replaced every two years. Here’s how to do it.
Replacing your brake fluid and bleeding the system of air bubbles is regular maintenance that your owner’s manual will likely suggest doing once every two years. Brake fluid needs to be replaced because it degrades with use—water gets absorbed out of the air and reduces the boiling point, and air bubbles can sneak past the seals and make the lever spongy.
Replacing the fluid solves both of those issues, and we walk you through the entire process in this video from the MC Garage.