Do new cars need brake fluid replaced every 5,000 miles?

Q: I have a 2020 Nissan Rogue. The first time I took it in for an oil adjust, the support office said I should really change the brake fluid. I’m from the older technology and recall changing the fluid only if you changed a brake portion and needed to insert fluid.

Do new cars definitely need brake fluid changed each and every 5,000 miles?

A: Thoroughly clean brake fluid is essential to a modern-day Ab muscles brake process. Nissan, Subaru and some other makers recommend brake fluid substitution every 30,000 miles.

At AAA, our engineering group has carried out some assessments and recommends a 30,000-mile replacement owing to moisture contamination.

If you are transforming the oil in your Nissan every 5,000 miles, changing the brake fluid at the sixth oil adjust would make feeling. 

Katherine T. Burrows

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