Brake System and ABS Diagnostics
Have your brakes checked when you have any of the following symptoms:
- Your vehicle pulls to one side when you press on the brakes
- Your brakes require more pressure than normal to stop
- Pedal sinks to the floor while sitting at a stop
- Brakes drag when not applying the brakes
- Brake pedal seems very hard
- Mushy feeling brake pedal
- Pedal Pulsation when applying brakes
- Squealing or scraping noises
- Brake fluid level low or leaks around the wheels or brake master cylinder
Quality components make a quality Job: The parts we select for your brake service and repair meet or exceed your vehicle manufacturer’s specifications.
The Most Common Brake Job: Most brake jobs include replacing the brake pads, machining or replacing the brake rotors to obtain a smooth surface so that the new brake pads will wear evenly and have no pulsation from uneven rotors.
Brake Job Prices: Prices can vary greatly depending upon the type of brake pads that come on the vehicle from the factory as well as the difficulty of the job from one make or model to the next. Beware of advertised prices that seem to good to be true as they almost always are. Many corners can be cut to “cheapen” a brake job, from substituting poor quality brake pads, not servicing the rotors to the hiring of inexperienced people who perform the job. Brake jobs are never an area to compromise quality.