Does your car making strange noise when applying the brakes?
Does it seem like it takes longer to stop?
BRAKE SERVICE AND REPAIRS
Our professionals know how to handle a wide range of car services. Whether you drive a passenger car or medium sized truck or SUV, our mechanics strive to ensure that your vehicle will be performing at its best.
Caring for your brakes
Brake replacements: If you hear squealing or feel rumbling when you compress the brake pedal, it means your brakes are wearing thin. We replace worn pads and shoes on your vehicle to ensure maximum stoppage from your braking system.
Brake line bleed: Does your brake pedal feel “mushy”? Do you have to press the pedal far into the floor before the brakes really start to engage? These problems indicate air in your brake line. We’ll bleed the line to remove any air, putting in fresh brake fluid to promote responsiveness from your brakes.
Brake repair: If you drive too long on worn-out brakes, damage to braking components can occur. Calipers can crack, rotors can warp and more, leaving your brakes dangerously ineffective. Our team will thoroughly inspect your brakes to ensure these problems are caught and fixed before they fail out on the road.
Brake inspections: It’s recommended to have your brakes inspected every 12,000 miles—or about once every year. Our expert team will happily observe your brake system’s form and function. If it looks good, you’ll have peace of mind; if there are damages, we’ll get them fixed.
Do you need brake services?
• The brake or tire light on your dashboard comes on
• You hear a squealing or squeaking when you press the brake pedal
• You feel a bumping or grinding when you compress the brake
• Your vehicle pulls to one side when the brakes are engaged
• The brake pedal feels spongy or responds poorly
If you notice any of the above symptoms while driving, waste no time in making an appointment for brake service with Hi-Tech Auto Repair. It’s dangerous to drive with under performing brakes! Our mechanics will replace and service them to keep you and everyone around you on the road in safe company.
COMPONENTS OF THE BRAKING SYSTEM
- MASTER BRAKE CYLINDER
- BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIR
- BRAKE LINES
- BRAKE ROTOR
- BRAKE PADS
- DRUM BRAKE ASSEMBLY