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Your car’s brake system is its most crucial safety feature. While no car service should be put on the back back burner, it’s especially important to keep your brakes in good condition so if you need to stop suddenly, you can. Whether your car is due for a brake inspection, or you’ve noticed strange noises coming from the brakes, the brake service center at Sacramento Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram can help. Read on to learn more about the different types of brake services, and how our team completes a routine brake inspection!
Disc brakes consist of a disc or rotor, a caliper, and a brake pad. When you apply the brakes, hydraulic brake fluid weaves through the brake lines and causes the caliper to press the brake pad against the disc. Friction is caused when the brake pad is pressed against the disc. This causes the brake pads to eventually wear down, requiring a replacement. Generally, brake pads need to be replaced every 50,000 miles, but yours may need to be replaced sooner depending on your driving habits. Sacramento Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is the best brake pad replacement center in the Sacramento area thanks to our trained technicians who are focused on making your experience an easy one.
If you need brake inspection, Sacramento Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is the place to go! Our technicians will complete a thorough visual and physical inspection to ensure all of your car’s brake components are working as they should. Our brake inspections consist of:
Like oil and other car fluids, brake fluid breaks down over time. As moisture builds up, the fluid becomes contaminated and needs to be replaced. Contaminated brake fluid can negatively impact the performance of your car’s brakes and even damage the entire system if left unchecked. Our service team will make sure that your car is furnished with fresh brake fluid and ready for the Folsom roads.
When air gets into the brake fluid line, the brakes need to be “bled” to release the air. Air can find its way into the brake fluid line if there’s a leak, if the master cylinder runs too frequently, or if you’ve had work done on your brakes recently. Air in the brake lines can cause the brake pedal to feel soft or squishy when you press down.