Stopping power is vital for safe driving experiences. The braking system major components (pads, rotors and caliper, booster, etc..) will need to be repaired as part of regular brake service and maintenance. There are signs to watch and listen for that may indicate it is time for brake maintenance. Paying attention to these common warning signs and keeping up with regular maintenance will help you avoid costly repairs and unsafe driving conditions.
When your vehicle needs new brakes or it is time for a brake inspection, bring it to us. Our experts will review your brake system as if it were their own personal vehicle. Upon inspection, we will make service recommendations and offer quality parts for any needed repairs.
Are your brakes signaling a problem?
Sometimes, your vehicle’s brake system will alert you when there is a problem. Grinding, chirping, and whistling noises can indicate brake service is required. The following are common causes of brake pedal noise and/or pulsation.
- Worn Brake Pads
- Worn Rotors
- Loose pads
- Damaged sensors
- Uneven torque of lug nuts or hardware
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