Brake fluid is a type of hydraulic fluid used in hydraulic brake systems, such as the one in your Audi vehicle. It’s used to transfer the pressure placed on the brake pedal into braking force whenever you apply your brakes. And since its properties absorb moisture, it’s recommended that you replace it every two years regardless of mileage.
Engine coolant is designed to help transfer heat from the engine components to the radiator for cooling. Additionally, it has a high boiling point to help protect the engine from overheating while preventing corrosion. Also known as antifreeze, it can prevent freezing to temperatures as low as -83°F.
Oil is the lifeblood of your engine, and driving around with dirty engine oil can shorten its lifespan. Over time, heat, wear, contamination and age can impact engine oil viscosity and it’s ability to clean and protect, which can cause damage to internal moving parts.
In order to achieve the exhilarating performance you expect from your Audi, it’s important to ensure your power steering system is functioning properly. And having the correct fluid formulated for your vehicle helps ensure that it will.
What makes our washer fluid stand out from all the others? Audi windshield washer solvent has been tested to help ensure your windshield washer level sensor will not provide a false reading. It’s available in both ready to use (in most states) and concentrate formulas for both cold and warm climates.
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