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Break pads, rotors and break fluid servicing

Some Author 11/06/2019

The braking system is the most important feature of your vehicle and requires constant maintenance to continue operating at its best. We can check your vehicles brake pads, rotors and the condition of the brake fluid. After our initial inspection, we can provide a maintenance schedule to ensure the braking system is in safe working order.

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Our Tips

• Squeaking or grinding noises

• Leaking fluid

• Spongy pedal

• Odd movement when braking

• Vibration when braking

• Brake light on

Break fluid servicing

A squealing or grinding sound when breaking can be a clear sign you need a new set of break pads. Most manufacturers fit brake wear indicator that causes a squealing noise to alert the driver that the brake system requires attention.

Warped brake rotors can cause a shudder when slowing down, which can be felt through the steering wheel or the body of the vehicle. If your rotor is thick enough it can be resurfaced or in worse cases simply replaced.

Break rotors

A squealing or grinding sound when breaking can be a clear sign you need a new set of break pads. Most manufacturers fit brake wear indicator that causes a squealing noise to alert the driver that the brake system requires attention.

Warped brake rotors can cause a shudder when slowing down, which can be felt through the steering wheel or the body of the vehicle. If your rotor is thick enough it can be resurfaced or in worse cases simply replaced.

Break pads

A squealing or grinding sound when breaking can be a clear sign you need a new set of break pads. Most manufacturers fit brake wear indicator that causes a squealing noise to alert the driver that the brake system requires attention.

Warped brake rotors can cause a shudder when slowing down, which can be felt through the steering wheel or the body of the vehicle. If your rotor is thick enough it can be resurfaced or in worse cases simply replaced.

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A squealing or grinding sound when breaking can be a clear sign you need a new set of break pads. Most manufacturers fit brake wear indicator that causes a squealing noise to alert the driver that the brake system requires attention.

Warped brake rotors can cause a shudder when slowing down, which can be felt through the steering wheel or the body of the vehicle. If your rotor is thick enough it can be resurfaced or in worse cases simply replaced.

Our Tips

• Squeaking or grinding noises

• Leaking fluid

• Spongy pedal

• Odd movement when braking

• Vibration when braking

• Brake light on