It only takes a few minutes to check your brakes and the benefits could be life saving. Brake parts should be checked regularly to ensure that the ongoing wear levels are safe and acceptable. The Car Care Connection brake repairs team will check your brakes absolutely free of charge, and with no appointment necessary.
Poor brake fluid can adversely affect braking performance. You don't want to realize your brake fluid is bad the hard way. Flushing the brakes removes the old fluid from the entire system, including the master reservoir and it’s a great habit to do it every two years.
For disc brakes, the technician will remove the pads and inspect the rotor(s) for excessive wear. If the rotors are excessively worn, the rotors should be replaced or machined to a flat surface, afterwards new pads will be installed. If drum brakes are involved, the process is a fairly similar, except it can take a little longer to perform.
There are many components to the brakes in your car and their condition affects the overall functioning of the brake system. The initial inspection will identify which brake components need to be replaced or repaired.
Our expert technicians will first carry out a thorough inspection of your vehicle’s entire brake system, including lining condition, rotors and drums, calipers and wheel cylinders, brake hardware, hoses, lines, and master cylinder. The need for replacing any of the brake components will depend upon the factors like age, mileage and degree of wear and tear.