Your vehicle’s brake system is very important for your safety because it allows your wheels to stop when needed. The brakes operate on a hydraulic system that begins with brake fluid located in the engine compartment. When you push the brake pedal, hydraulic pressure builds and is transferred to each wheel to push the brake shoes against the drums and the pads against the rotors. This friction slows the vehicle in proportion to the force applied to the brake pedal. Routine brake inspections and maintenance help to ensure that your vehicle’s brake system operates as designed at all times.
Brake Fluid Flush Service
For the best performance, your brake fluid should be flushed and replaced about every 30 months/30,000 miles or based on your vehicle manufacturer’s specifications.
Front & Rear Brake Service
The Auto Repair can perform all types of front and rear brake service including replacement of brake drums, shoes, pads, calipers, hoses, master brake cylinder, wheel cylinders, proportioning valve and Anti-Lock Brake (ABS) unit.
Turn Brake Rotors and Drums
Turning the rotors and drums extends their life and ensures even wear over time.