Brake Center

Are you hearing a squealing when your vehicle slows to a stop? Does the brake pedal vibrate whenever you press it? Our brake experts are ready for anything, from routine maintenance to emergency repairs.

Our factory-trained technicians know what it takes to make your vehicle safe for you and your family.

We offer a wide variety of brake services, including:

  • Brake inspection
  • Brake pad replacement
  • Brake line replacement
  • Brake fluid replacement
  • Brake light inspection & replacement
  • Rotor inspection & replacement
  • Drum brake inspection & replacement
  • Brake caliper inspection & replacement

Always be sure to get your vehicle's braking system checked before going on extended drives. Our technicians look for pad wear, leaks and worn or damaged components.

Quality replacement parts help your brake system last longer and perform better. We use high-quality Motorcraft brake pads and replacement parts installed by trained technicians.

Do your vehicle squeal, squeak or make grinding noises when stopping? It could be a sign that your brake pads or rotors need immediate replacement. Replacing brake pads can help avoid more expensive damage to rotors, the metal disc that plays a crucial role in stopping your vehicle.

Every time the brake pedal is pushed, you are creating pressure on fluid inside brake lines and brake pads. The pads are pressed against the brake rotor or drum, which stops your vehicle. Brake lines and fluid must be maintained for the system to operate properly. Anytime you see oily patches under your vehicle, your brake system may have a leak and should be inspected immediately.

 

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Steering vibration may signal brake problems

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