interesting.... never seen it happen before...sdtaylo said:The brake booster was split and caused moisture to get inside and freeze. Not good.
So I'm not the only one! I just mentioned in another post about changing the brake fluid, steering fluid, & coolant once I hit the 2yr mark this coming February.usmc xterra said:People don't really realize it, but you should just drain and replace brake fluid at least every two years. It's pretty easy. It does absorb moisture and can cause problems especially with today's' ABS systems. Use a quality fluid. Normal bleeding procedure. Also while on the subject Coolant should also be drained and replaced, I did not mention a flush, Just drain and replace. It's good medicine. MC