If your brakes squeal or grind, grab causing jerky stops or your warning light flashes it may be time for a free brake system inspection.
|Ceeramic Brake Pads||Starting at $89.00|
|Rear Brake Shoes||Starting at $89.00|
|Brake Rotor or Drums||Starting at $49.00|
|Brake Calliper||Starting at $79.00|
|Brake Wheel Cylinder||Starting at $49.00|
How do you know if your brakes are bad?
Brake light on
Squealing, squeaking or grinding noise
Wobbling, vibration or scraping when braking
Spongy or soft brake pedal
Car pulling to one side when braking
Why are my brake pads wearing down so quickly?
Inner Pad Wear. The inboard brake shows more wear than the outboard pad. This happens when the caliper piston is not returning to the rest position due to a worn seal, damage, or corrosion. It can also be caused by a problem with the master cylinder.
What does it mean when my brake pedal hits the floor?
The brake pedal going all the way to the floor can be caused by a number of different issues. … Another possible cause is a bad brake master cylinder. The master cylinder is where brake fluid gets compressed. Pressure on the brake fluid cases the brakes to be applied to the wheels.