Many symptoms could identify poor performance of your brake system.
- When you brake, a lever causes mechanical clamps, called calipers, to squeeze a brake disc (rotor) and slow the outer wheel and tire.
- To absorb the friction, brake pads are installed to take a majority of the wear and act as a buffer between the calipers and brake disc.
- As a result of constant everyday braking, it is important to regularly maintain brakes and brake pads before your vehicle shows symptoms of heavy wear.
Your Brake Service will include:
- An inspection of the hydraulic system, brake linings and drums.
- Adjustment of the parking brake cable to ensure proper tension.
- Lubricating of caliper pins and backing plates.
- Cleaning common debris and corrosion buildup.
- Driving test to verify brakes are working smoothly and symptom-free.