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The importance of maintaining your brake system!
Serves the purpose of ensuring your wheels don't stop rotating during braking, this prevents your vehicle from skidding which provides greater control. If your wheels are locking up while breaking, come to Parker Automotive Service Center where we can diagnose and fix the problem.
Did you know...Brake systems become compromised overtime due to the brake fluid absorbing moisture from the air? Your vehicle's brake system becomes corrosive which damages the system. Having your old brake fluid flushed and new fluid put in plays a huge part in keeping your brake's system fully functional brake fluid flush.
How can you tell if your Brake Pads and Shoes need a replacement? Well for starters, you'll usually hear loud unpleasant squealing and if they are super bad it'll sound like metal grinding against each other. At this point it's a little too late and you are more than likely causing damage to the vehicle's rotors or drums! Ensuring your safety on the road is our priority, so give us a call today and have one of our certified technicians take a look.
Just like any other part in your vehicle, overtime your rotors will be worn by the friction which causes grooves and cracks. Resurfacing the rotor can bring them back to a state of optimal functionality which reduces squealing and wobbling. Parker Automotive Service Center has the best in town when it comes to your brake system. Give us a call today.
Having a crushed brake hose can cause an entire brake system failure. This hose is a tube that carries brake fluid that is pressurized from the master cylinder to the brakes. Although these don't need to be replaced often, it is definitely advised to have it looked at if you are having brake issues.
Brake calipers house the brake pads in your vehicle and they fit around the rotor similar to a clamp. They press the pads against the rotors when you press your brakes. Having a problem with your calipers could cause uneven braking which can make your car slide forward. Keep yourself safe by preventing your vehicle from sliding out of control in bad weather with uneven braking.