Brake Service & Repair
Other than tires,
brakes comprise the most important safety component of your vehicle.
Warning signs that your car’s brakes may need service:
Your dashboard’s Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) light turns on. This means there is a fault in the ABS system and you need it serviced. The other Brake Dash Light glows red when the system recognizes low brake fluid or worn out brakes with a pad wear sensor. This indicates that your brake fluid is low. You may have a leak in your brake line. This is unsafe and needs to be inspected immediately.
Over time the friction from using your brakes causes constant heating and cooling of the brakes. This will cause moisture condensation to be added to the brake fluid of your vehicle and will break down the properties of the brake fluid. This can be corrected by a simple brake fluid system flush.
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When your mechanic is wearing the ASE patch, don’t expect to get to know him—you won’t be back in for long time! That’s because our ASE technicians do the job right the first time. They inspect all aspects of the disc brakes, drum brakes, parking brake, and hydraulic system.