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“Wholesale & Retail Supplier of All Auto Parts”

 

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BRAKES SERVICE: REPAIR & REPLACEMENT

You get used to your brakes. How they sound, how the pedal feels – and how quickly they stop your vehicle. Then one day, your brakes just aren’t the same. Your brakes sound funny. Your pedal feels funny – and you need to press it farther. Worst of all, it takes longer and longer to come to a stop. We created brake service for you. We hate surprises (at least behind the wheel) as much as you do. But we know change is inevitable. Brake pads and rotors wear out from the immense friction and heat they encounter. Air gets into brake lines. And your brake system has dozens of other components that can wear out at any time. It takes Promotors expertise to bring your braking confidence back. When you come in for any brake problem, our conduct a 55-point inspection of your brakes. Then we take the time to thoroughly explain your vehicle’s condition and tell you which problems are urgent (and which can wait). We discuss the best options for your budget and provide a written estimate before making any repairs.

BRAKE PADS REPLACEMENT
BRAKE ROTORS / DRUMS RESURFACED
BRAKE FLUID FLUSH & REPLACEMENT
BRAKE CALIPER & ROTOR RE-ALIGNMENT
BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER REPLACEMENT

BRAKE SERVICE FAQS

A lot happens when you press down on the brake pedal, bringing your vehicle to a safe and precise stop. Simply put, when you "hit the brakes," that tells the cylinders to supply brake fluid to your calipers so they can power your brake pads. Pressure from your brake pads is then applied to your rotors, providing the right amount of friction necessary to bring your vehicle to a safe and precise stop.
Behind every wheel is an intricate brake system – which needs to function properly in order for you to stop your vehicle safely. Our comprehensive brake inspection covers all the intricacies of your particular make and model’s brake system. After we’ve completed the inspection, we’ll provide you with a complete report regarding the condition of your current brake parts. Should any of them need replacement or repair, we’ve got all the parts necessary to bring your brakes back to manufacturer standards.
Depending on your vehicle, climate, brake parts, and driving patterns, your brake pads or shoes may last anywhere from 20,000 to 80,000 miles. Brake fluid can last 2-5 years. With such an unpredictable replacement cycle, regular brake inspection is essential. Check your vehicle owner’s manual for your brake inspection schedule – every 10,000-12,000 miles or every year are common recommendations.
You may need new brake pads, rotors, or new brake fluid when you notice any new sound or diminished pedal response when you brake. Worn brake pads can squeak – and the situation will worsen until you hear the grinding sound of unprotected rotors. Worn pads and low brake fluid pressure can each cause a nerve-wracking delay in pedal response. Warped rotors cause vibrations when braking (not to be confused with the expected pulsing sensation of your ABS kicking in).
Dashboard lights or warnings - Your BRAKE light, ABS light or Check Engine light may indicate brake problems. Any change in brake response - Taking longer to stop or needing to press the pedal farther are classic symptoms of brake trouble. Hard or stiff brakes - You may have contaminants in the brake fluid or a bad seal on the master cylinder or brake booster.

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