Having your vehicle serviced and inspected periodically is a good way to extend its life and keep it operating efficiently. However, walking into a repair facility and asking for a tuneup is a bad idea because it indicates you’re still living in the previous century and have extra money you would like to spend. Some in the auto-repair business will take advantage of those opportunities.
Below are some tips on how to know when your vehicle needs new brakes. If you have any questions or need to schedule your next brake job, contact Benny Boyd CDJR Gonzales to speak to an expert.
Squealing from wear sensors informing you that your pads need to be replaced.
Squeaking & Grinding
Squeaking & Grinding indicating excessive wear or damage to your pads and rotors.
Fluid leaking on the ground can eventually lead to a loss of brake pressure.
Pedal that pulsates or travels too close to the floorboard indicating excessive pad wear.
Pulling the vehicle to one side can also indicate your pads need replacing.