Brake Repair Service

  1. Inspection: The first step is to thoroughly inspect the entire braking system, including the brake pads, rotors, calipers, and brake lines. We'll look for wear, damage, or leaks that may indicate a problem.

  2. Brake Pads and Rotors: If the brake pads are worn down, or the rotors are damaged, they must be replaced to ensure your car stops effectively. Brake pads are the friction material that presses against the rotors to slow your car down, and they wear out over time. Rotors can become warped, grooved, or too thin, which reduces braking performance.

  3. Calipers and Brake Lines: We'll also check the brake calipers and brake lines for any signs of damage or leaks. Calipers are the components that hold the brake pads and press them against the rotors, while brake lines carry the brake fluid that enables the system to function. We'll repair or replace these parts if needed to ensure proper braking function.

  4. Brake Fluid: We'll examine the brake fluid level and quality. If it's low or contaminated, we'll replace the fluid to maintain optimal braking performance. Brake fluid is crucial because it transfers the force you apply to the brake pedal to the brake calipers, enabling your car to stop.

  5. Bleeding the Brakes: After replacing any components or fluid, we'll bleed the brakes to remove air bubbles in the brake lines. Air in the system can reduce braking performance and cause a spongy brake pedal.

  6. Test Drive: Finally, we'll take your car for a test drive to make sure everything is working correctly and that your brakes are responding as they should.

Regular brake maintenance is essential for your vehicle's safety and performance, and the specifics of a brake repair may vary depending on the make and model of your foreign car. It's a good idea to have your brakes checked periodically by a professional auto mechanic to ensure they're in good working order.