Transmission fluid is subject to breakdown due to increased friction, intense heat, and the introduction of contaminants. Eventually, the transmission fluid loses its ability to lubricate, cool, clean and flow freely.
Brake fluid attracts moisture which will cause corrosion in the system over time and deterioration in the hydraulic parts. Changing the brake fluid at regular intervals will reduce the risk associated with corrosion.
Your vehicle’s radiator is the heart of its cooling system. To function properly, your radiator must be clean, free of leaks, clear of blockages and filled with the proper coolant.
Even under normal driving conditions your power steering fluid can suffer from heat, friction and electrochemical degradation. Sludge and varnish deposits build up in your power steering system and prevent the easy turning and responsive handling you expect.