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I wish my breaks look as sparkling-shiny as these one at the picture!
Most important, do it every 2 years to remove moisture and sediment which wears down the brake system components. This will extend the life of these items. Although it looks like a Closed system it is vented to the atmosphere and the fluid attracts and holds moisture. So as your pads wear, the moisture in the reservoir is pulled into the master cylinder. Once inside the moisture cause the brake lines to rust and oxidation of the cast steel and aluminum parts. This process make tiny molecules which IS NOT inducesive to a firm brake pedal! Also, if yours 6 is an MTX, bleed the clutch slave cylinder too!
- did not want to quote the whole post, just wanted to say "thank you" for the advice!
 
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