Your Mazda uses many different fluids to help make your driving experience safe and comfortable. Besides oil, your vehicle also requires fluids to operate systems such as brake fluid, power steering fluid, and engine coolant. Each fluid is essential and should be monitored often to ensure damage does not occur. test
The last thing you want is to find out you're out of windshield wiper fluid when you need it the most. Whether you need new wipers or need your fluid to be topped off, our certified service technicians are ready to assist you.
Without power steering fluid, you may find it harder to steer your vehicle. Power steering fluid makes it easier for you to make turns and reduces strain on your steering system. If you notice it is harder to turn your steering wheel or hear a loud screeching noise while turning, you may need to service your vehicle.
Much like your power steering system, your brake system relies on hydraulics that uses brake fluid to assist you in braking. Without brake fluid, your brake system can take unnecessary damage, and you may find it more challenging to slow down or come to a complete stop. To avoid higher maintenance costs or potential collisions, keep an eye on your brake fluids level and schedule service maintenance accordingly.
Your vehicle's coolant system is responsible for managing your engine's heat; this enhances your vehicle's performance and fuel efficiency. Without coolant, you'll notice higher engine temperatures, worse fuel economy, and higher emissions. To avoid this, inspect your coolant levels often, and be sure to schedule a service appointment before damage occurs.