Extreme temperatures can wreak havoc on brakes. Having them inspected after the cold of winter and the heat of summer will keep them working properly for longer. New cars should have their brakes inspected after their first thirty thousand miles. You need new brake pads if you can’t see the gap cut into the center of the pad where it meets the rotor.
We’ll perform a complete brake system flush with DOT4 brake fluid. Then, we’ll remove all old brake fluid from the reservoir and flush clean fluid through the brake lines. New fluid in the lines should restore brake pedal ‘feel’ and improve braking performance compared to old, worn-out fluid. This type of maintenance is recommended by all vehicle manufacturers.
We match-machine your brake rotors with a state-of-the-art ‘Hunter’ on-car brake lathe. This is the preferred method of machining brake rotors that’s recommended by almost every vehicle manufacturer. We machine a small amount of material off of them, thus eliminating the need to replace your quality factory rotors. This saves you money and provides you with a superior brake job. We prevent any unwanted brake pedal pulsation by match-machining the brake rotors to the vehicle hub. This type of service can be done with or without new brake pads.
We remove the drums or rotors and clean the brake shoes. We also clean the parking brake shoes. We then adjust the drag on the brakes to ensure proper operation and wear.
Good brakes are crucial to vehicle safety. Make sure yours are in top shape.