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How much does a brake fluid flush & replacement cost for BMW cars?

A typical BMW brake fluid flush & replacement in the UK costs around £30 - £78. Depending on your BMW model and engine, and whether you live in a big city or a small one, the price of a brake fluid flush & replacement on your vehicle can be higher or lower. We computed prices for some of the best-selling BMW cars in the UK in order to give you an idea of how much a brake fluid flush & replacement costs.
Car modelFixter price range
Brake fluid flush & replacement for BMW 3 Series£44 - £69
Brake fluid flush & replacement for BMW 1 Series£44 - £69
Brake fluid flush & replacement for BMW 5 Series£30 - £48
Brake fluid flush & replacement for BMW X1£48 - £75
Brake fluid flush & replacement for BMW X3£48 - £75
Brake fluid flush & replacement for BMW X5£50 - £78
Brake fluid flush & replacement for BMW 4 Series Coupe£48 - £75

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Our expert insights into brake fluid flush & replacement

What does brake fluid do?

Brake fluid is a special hydraulic fluid that is used to transfer the force created by pressing down on your brake pedal into the brake pads (or shoes) against the brake discs to slow the vehicle.

What are the symptoms of requiring a brake fluid flush & replacement?

Usually, there a few signs you can look for:

  • ABS Light Comes On.

  • Pedal Problems, braking isn’t as responsive.

  • Brake Pads Not Functioning as well as they used to.

  • A chemical odor after repeated hard braking.

What happens when we do a brake fluid flush and replacement on your car?

  • Our certified mechanics will:

  • Inspect the brakes and fluid levels for any potential leak.

  • Drain the old brake fluid from the system.

  • Replace the old brake fluid with the fresh, clean solution.

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Hey Fixter, how often should you have your Brake Fluid Flushed and Replaced?

Every 30,000 miles or every two years, whichever comes first.

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Want to learn more about BMW brake fluid flush & replacement?

What does brake fluid do?

Brake fluid is a special hydraulic fluid that is used to transfer the force created by pressing down on your brake pedal into the brake pads (or shoes) against the brake discs to slow the vehicle. It is used to transfer force into pressure, and to amplify braking force making you slow down much quicker.

What is a Brake Fluid Flush?

A brake fluid flush essentially takes all the old, dirty brake fluid out of your system and replaces it with fresh, clean fluid. Including a brake fluid flush in your regular car maintenance is important and should be done around every 30,000 miles or every two years, whichever comes first.

BMW

BMW AG is a German automobile and motorcycle manufacturer that was established over 100 years ago in March 1916. They also own Mini and Rolls Royce, after taking over the two British marques in 2000 and 1998 respectively.

BMW makes luxury vehicles and is possibly most famous for its sports saloon models. In 2018, BMW had 1.9m vehicles on the roads in the UK, a number that has been steadily increasing each year for the past decade.

As one of the ‘big 3’ German marques, along with Audi and Mercedes, BMW carries a strong reputation for making high-quality stylish vehicles, and have captured a large section of the UK market.

Luxury family and business models for every driver

Probably most popular for the 3 Series and 5 Series saloon models, BMW has got every possible angle covered for the more discerning drivers.

The full range includes everything from the 1 Series city car to the full-size saloons and sports coupes of the 7 and 8 Series models.

To provide everything you’d ever need for family motoring there’s a seven-seat MPV, their range of X model SUVs, and since 2014, the introduction of their plug-in electric i models. Top it all off with their M model high-performance supercars, the Z4 convertible and the i8 Roadster—and you’ve got the full package.

BMW: High performance on and off the track

BMW has a successful history in a range of motorsports.

They have been significant performers in touring car racing and rally driving, enjoyed success in Formula One with the BMW Sauber team, and BMW cars have been regular competitors and winners at Le Mans since the race’s early years.

BMW’s reliability and reputation

BMW ranked 16th place out of 30 car brands in the What Car? Reliability Survey in 2018. BMW hasn’t always had the best reputation for reliability but to rank alongside marques such as Honda, Volkswagen and Fiat they’re holding their own alongside plenty of the other big names.

How often should you have your brake fluid flushed and replaced?

The frequency of changing your brake fluid is dictated by a number of factors, including the make and model of your car and how you drive it. A general rule of thumb is to have your brake fluid changed every two years or 30,000 miles, but it’s always best to follow the car manufacturer’s recommendations.

What happens when we do a brake fluid flush and replacement on your car?

Our certified mechanics will:

  • Inspect the brakes and fluid levels for any potential leak.

  • Drain the old brake fluid from the system.

  • Replace the old brake fluid with the fresh, clean solution.

  • Advise you if any other parts need to be replaced as well.

What are the symptoms of requiring a brake fluid flush & replacement?

Usually, there a few signs you can look for:

  • ABS Light Comes On.

  • Pedal Problems, braking isn’t as responsive.

  • Brake Pads Not Functioning as well as they used to.

  • A chemical odor after repeated hard braking.

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