Question about 2006 Saturn ION
Although there are no set service intervals for brake fluid service, it should be done at regular intervals. Brake fluid is highly hygroscopic, meaning that it absorbs moisture very well, even from the air. The moisture absorbed will lower the boiling point of the brake fluid and can give you that spongy feel when you depress the pedal. So getting back to your question, if this is normal service? The best answer is that it could be. Of all of the fluids in a vehicle, brake fluid is the most neglected but one of the most important. I cannot tell you what service interval to use but set it mentally and keep to that interval. I personally use 3 years or 36000 miles.
As for fuel induction service, this is not normal service.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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