Phoenix Systems (3003-B) Brake Fluid Test Strips, 2 Strips Per P

Phoenix Systems (3003-B) Brake Fluid Test Strips, 2 Strips Per P

Phoenix Systems (3003-B) Brake Fluid Test Strips, 2 Strips Per P

Phoenix Systems (3003-B) Brake Fluid Test Strips, 2 Strips Per P:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! At first I was skeptical but it seemed scientific enough from the description. I have two cars, a 10 year old, 100,000 mile Toyota and a 6 year old, 75,000 mile Acura. Both have never had their brake fluid drained/flushed, both have ABS braking. At first I tried it on the Toyota and it barely changed color. What? Probably a gimmick and waste of money right? Then I tried it on the Acura. And whooooaaaaaa! It turned purple, second to the max color (if not the max color!) on the color chart. Better get myself to the mechanic! With the two different results, it shows the strips do indeed work! I'm convinced!Now it makes me wonder why the newer, less mileage, "luxury" car has worse brake fluid than the older one???? And the older one is driven more on short trips so the brakes are used more and the newer one is pretty much all highway. There may be no correlation (and probably not) on usage of the brakes and the fluid "wearing out" but it does make you go "Hmmmm......"NOTE: the active part of the strip is one tiny square on one end of each strip. The rest of the strip is just a convenient "holder" allowing you to stick it into the reservoir. If you want to cut it in half like one user said, cut it in half LENGTHWISE!!! Don't ask me how I know. :) I found out while watching the manufacturer's video on www. brakebleeder.comphoenix mall,very popular,ranking top7Phoenix Systems (3003-B) Brake Fluid Test Strips, 2 Strips Per P
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  • May save you from paying for an un-needed brake fluid exchange.
  • Gives you the peace of mind that your brake fluid is good and is safely performing its proper function.
  • Identifies potential brake flulid related problems before they occur -thereby ensuring your safety.
  • Simply remove the test strip from the foil wrapper, dip it into your brake fluid and 60 seconds later you will know the condition of your brake fluid. (scientific proof)
  • Great for DOT 3, 4 and 5.1 brake fluid (most vehicles use DOT 3 or 4)
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Product description

Overtime brake fluid wears out leaving the brake system vulnerable to internal corrosion. Corrosion causes pre-mature brake failure and leads to compromised safety and very costly repairs. Each test strip will reveal the condition of your vehicles' brake fluid. Changing brake fluid at the right time (not too soon and not too late) will help prevent costly repairs, improve safety and extend the life of critical brake parts. We should "Test Not Guess".


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What to do if your vehicle has corrosive brake fluid?

There are a few options to correct the corrosive brake fluid. First, we don't recommend leaving high levels of corrosion inside a brake system as that can lead to premature failure and expensive repairs. ABS units are now in the thousands to replace. When it comes to a brake system, preventative maintenance is the best and least expensive method to provide safety, confidence and longevity.

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If your brake fluid is over 200 ppm on the color scale then a brake fluid replacement is needed

200 ppm of corrosion and higher reveals the scary truth that iron and aluminum corrosion is taking place. Most brake parts are made from iron or aluminum so this is not a good thing. The best remedy is to replace the brake fluid. New brake fluid will help prevent future corrosion, improve safety and extend the life of critical brake parts.

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If your corrosion levels are below 200 ppm then we recommend an Anti-Rust Treatment

When brake fluid is new it contains filming amines and pH buffers. These additives are called inhibitors. Without inhibitors brake fluid would quickly corrode our brake system from the inside out. Problem is inhibitors wear out over time. Luckily the inhibitors can be boosted or replaced with an Anti-Rust Treatment called BrakeShot. You can purchase BrakeShot from Amazon.

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Continue testing at each oil change

A service center should continue testing your vehicle at each oil change and document the results. Over time you will see the corrosion levels in your vehicle increase and when the time is right, be prepared for a needed brake fluid replacement.

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Phoenix Systems (3003-B) Brake Fluid Test Strips, 2 Strips Per P

Phoenix Systems (3003-B) Brake Fluid Test Strips, 2 Strips Per P:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! At first I was skeptical but it seemed scientific enough from the description. I have two cars, a 10 year old, 100,000 mile Toyota and a 6 year old, 75,000 mile Acura. Both have never had their brake fluid drained/flushed, both have ABS braking. At first I tried it on the Toyota and it barely changed color. What? Probably a gimmick and waste of money right? Then I tried it on the Acura. And whooooaaaaaa! It turned purple, second to the max color (if not the max color!) on the color chart. Better get myself to the mechanic! With the two different results, it shows the strips do indeed work! I'm convinced!Now it makes me wonder why the newer, less mileage, "luxury" car has worse brake fluid than the older one???? And the older one is driven more on short trips so the brakes are used more and the newer one is pretty much all highway. There may be no correlation (and probably not) on usage of the brakes and the fluid "wearing out" but it does make you go "Hmmmm......"NOTE: the active part of the strip is one tiny square on one end of each strip. The rest of the strip is just a convenient "holder" allowing you to stick it into the reservoir. If you want to cut it in half like one user said, cut it in half LENGTHWISE!!! Don't ask me how I know. :) I found out while watching the manufacturer's video on www. brakebleeder.comphoenix mall,very popular,ranking top7Phoenix Systems (3003-B) Brake Fluid Test Strips, 2 Strips Per P