collision & repair
HAS ALL QUALITY BRAKES
TO GET YOU BACK ON THE ROAD
BRING YOUR VEHICLE IN FOR BRAKE SERVICING
When your brakes start to feel spongy or hard to press down on are two of the most common signs that your system needs servicing. In these cases, it is likely that air has got into the lines or that you're low on brake fluid.
Other indicators include noises such as a squealing or grinding. This signals your pads are worn and will likely need immediate servicing. Also, if your car pulls to one side, or if your steering wheel or brake pedal shakes it may be time for a brake system inspection; your rotors may be warped and need replacing. In some cases, rotors can be resurfaced to save money. Lastly, your anti-lock braking system (ABS) warning lights will indicate when you’re running low on brake fluid, or that there may be a leak somewhere in your brake lines.
What's Included In My Brake Inspection
Check anti-lock brake sensors
Check brake fluid condition and levels
Check rotors for hot spots and run-outs
Test hardware for necessary adjustments
Check for even wear and measure brake pad/shoe thickness
Inspect calipers for wear & tear, fluid line leaks and movement
Ensure brake lines, and master and wheel cylinders aren’t leaking