Brake Repair

Brake RepairNever underestimate the importance of taking care of your vehicle’s braking system. Failure to do so can result in dangerous driving situations. We don’t want you to get into an accident because you couldn’t stop your car, truck, or SUV. We also don’t want you to have to pay for expensive brake repairs because you ignored preventative maintenance. At LP & Sons Auto Care, we offer inspections and preventative maintenance services for vehicle brake systems that are affordable and convenient.

Why Braking System Preventative Maintenance Is Important

When you take care of your vehicle’s braking system it takes care of you. You’ll find that your vehicle stops without hassle every time you depress the brake pedal, which keeps you and your passengers safe while you’re on the road. Regular brake inspections – usually recommended every 20,000 miles – let us take a look at the following crucial brake system parts to ensure optimal vehicle safety:

  • Brake pad depth
  • Brake fluid level
  • Brake fluid purity
  • Brake fluid leaks
  • Brake drum wear
  • Brake rotor wear
  • Brake caliper wear
  • Wheel cylinder wear
  • Master cylinder leaks
  • Brake hose leaks

The sooner we catch a problem with any of these parts the lesser the damage. For example, if your brake pad depth is low, we will replace the pads to prevent them from wearing down completely and grinding against your rotors. If they do begin to grind against your rotors, they will damage them and both the pads and rotors will need to be replaced instead of just the pads.

We Also Repair Brake Systems

Even the best cared-for vehicle can end up needing brake system repair, especially if the car, truck, or SUV has a lot of miles under its belt. If your brake dashboard warning light comes on and does not turn off, bring your vehicle to us right away. We’ll find out what’s wrong and repair it. It’s better to have the repairs done right away than risk brake failure. Common things we repair are

  • Bald brake pads
  • Worn brake hoses
  • Master cylinders
  • Bad rotors
  • Stuck calipers
  • Overheating brakes
  • Brake fluid leaks

If you suspect your brake system isn’t functioning as it should be, bring your vehicle to us right away and we’ll inspect the system. Once we find out what’s wrong, we’ll discuss the issue with you and come up with a repair solution that meets your budget and needs. Call LP & Sons Auto Care today for a brake inspection, service, and repair. We look forward to seeing you.

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