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Brake fluid is the often neglected component of your automobile and considering that brake failure is one of the top five reasons for a car crash, you want to take very good care of your brake system. Although brake failures generally occur due to ABS malfunction or worn brake pads, the brake fluids play a valuable role in the proper functioning of the brakes.


Taking proper care of your automobile is one important way to stay safe on the roads. Hence, you don’t want to pick just any brake fluid from just any ‘brake fluid store near me’. Of course, you might say ‘the brake fluid shop near me has only premium brake fluid brands’. But that doesn't guarantee that you’ll be able to make the purchase at the best brake fluid price in India. At, you actually can! Carorbis offers authentic brake fluid from the best of brake fluid brands in India and that too at the lowest price possible.


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Brake fluid is a hydraulic fluid used in the hydraulic clutch and hydraulic brake application. Brake fluid works by transferring force into pressure. So when you put pressure on the brake pedal, this force is converted into pressure in the front and rear brakes of the vehicle and it stops.

Brake fluid is able to do that because it is a liquid and liquids are not very compressible. Brake fluid operates under very high pressure and temperature conditions. Without the brake fluid, the automobile would not stop upon pushing the brake pedal.


You can change brake fluid at home but you’ll need one more person to help you with that.

  1. Brake Fluid
  2. Container for Waste Brake Fluid
  3. A Piece of Cloth
  4. Turkey Baster
  5. Rubber Hose
  6. Lug wrench
  7. Rubber Hose.
  8. Small Box Wrench
  9. Carjack and Jack Stands

Closely follow these steps for deep cleaning your brake system:

  1. Get a container of fresh brake fluid. Never use brake fluid that’s already been opened as brake fluid absorbs moisture from the air.
  2. Open the brake fluid reservoir and take out some old brake fluid from the reservoir into a container with the help of a turkey baster. You want just a small amount of brake fluid left in the brake fluid reservoir.
  3. Now pour in fresh brake fluid into the reservoir upto the indicated level.
  4. Now put that tyre on the jack that is the farthest from the master cylinder, which is the right rear tyre.
  5. Look for the bleeder fitting with a rubber cap around the wheel. Once you locate it, wipe it with a cloth and remove the rubber cap.
  6. Take a wrench and put it on top of the outlet and then put a rubber hose on the wrench. Put the other end of the rubber hose into a waste container as some old brake fluid will bleed through it.
  7. For the next step, you'll need one more person for your help who will sit at the driver's seat and push and hold the brake pedal.
  8. Now, when the other person has his foot on the brake pedal, open the outlet valve with the wrench and let the brake fluid bleed into the container.
  9. Now, close the valve with the wrench before the other person releases his foot from the brake pedal. Care must be taken not to keep the brake fluid outlet valve open while the brake pedal is not pressed as this can let air to pass into the brake system.
  10. Repeat steps 8 and 9 until you see clean brake fluid bleeding. This means that all the dirty brake fluid has been flushed out.
  11. Repeat step 4 to step 10 for the other three wheels moving from the rear right tyre to the rear left and then to the front right to the front left.
  12. Make sure to fill the reservoir after you bleed each wheel.
  13. BEST CAR ACCESSORY AND BRAKE FLUID BRANDS AT CARORBIS.COM brings premium products from over a hundred brands around the world. While there can be thousands of brands for bike and car accessories in the world, Carorbis ensures to collaborate with only the most trusted and the most popular automobile brands from around the globe.

    Here are the best brands for car fluids on

    1. Bosch
    2. Michelin
    3. Shell
    4. Gulfstar

    Now, here are listed premium brands for car and bike accessories at

    • Jelly Belly
    • MANN-Filter
    • Wavex
    • Softspun
    • Roots
    • Potauto
    • Osram
    • Philips
    • MK Designs India
    • UNO Minda

Frequently Asked Questions

Q 1. How much brake fluid does a car need?

Ans. Typically, a car holds 350-500 ml of brake fluid.

Q 2. Is brake fluid hygroscopic?

Ans. Yes. Hygroscopic means something that can absorb water and brake fluid has a high tendency to absorb water so it is hygroscopic.

Q 3. When to change brake fluid?

Ans. It is recommended that you must change your brake fluid every two years.

Q 4. Which brake fluid should I use?

Ans. You must use the type of brake fluid indicated on the cover of the master cylinder of your vehicle. There are three brake fluid types - DOT1, DOT2, or DOT3.

Q 5. Why is brake fluid change required?

Ans. Brake fluids tend to absorb moisture. When this moisture evaporates, it creates tiny pockets of a compressible gas, thus, affecting the efficiency of the brake fluid. Moisture in brake fluids is not only responsible for causing corrosion to the very expensive ABS component like the wheel cylinders or brake caliper, that can eventually cause a leak, but it also increases the boiling point of the brake fluid. If the moisture present in the brake fluid boils due to extreme heat in the brake system, you can lose the ability to stop. Hence, it is extremely crucial to change the brake fluid regularly.

Q 6. Where is brake fluid in a car?

Ans. The brake fluid reservoir is located right on top of the master cylinder and the master cylinder is generally located in one of the rear corners of the engine compartment.

Q 7. What is the difference between DOT3 and DOT4 brake fluid?

Ans. Brake fluid DOT4 has a higher boiling point than brake fluid DOT3, making DOT4 less likely to boil due to the tremendous amount of heat generated inside the brakes.

Q 8. Can you use DOT4 brake fluid in DOT3?

Ans. Yes! You can totally use DOT4 brake fluid instead of DOT3 as DOT4 is only better than DOT3 in terms of the higher boiling point. However, you can not use DOT3 instead of DOT4 because that will severely affect the brake system's functioning.

Q 9. How to tell if you're leaking brake fluid?

Ans. When your vehicle is leaking brake fluid, you will have to notice a yellowish to dark brown trail that resembles motor oil. If you do notice a trail like this, or you suspect that your brake fluid is leaking, there are a few places where you can check for the leakage - on the ground, around the master cylinder, on the rotors, on the brake lines, and on the drums.

Q 10. How to dispose of bike brake fluid?

Ans. Brake fluid is flammable. Hence, it can not be just thrown away or flushed down the toilet. If you have a bottle of unused, expired brake fluid, you can pour it on a big plate or pan and let it just evaporate away. However, if it's used brake fluid that you want to dispose of, you must fill it in a bottle and look for a waste recycling center nearby.

Q 11. What is brake fluid shelf life?

Ans. An unopened bottle of brake fluid can last up to two years.

Q 12. How much brake fluid is required for a flush?

Ans. Most cars can be flushed completely with about 1 litre of brake fluid.

Q 13. Is the car and bike brake fluid the same?

Ans. No. There's no difference between a motorbike and car brake fluids.