Greenville SC Brake Service – Stop Smoothly and Securely For Less at AAMCO of the Upstate Total Car Care Center.
Greenville SC Brake Service
For many owners, maintaining the vehicle’s brakes is something that is overlooked until problems occur and then it’s often too late to avoid costly replacement of rotors and other wear sensitive parts. Keeping your yearly check and your brake system in good working order those can prevent costly repairs, save you money, and keep you and your passengers safe. Should our expert technicians find any wear, damage or problems through our FREE check, AAMCO has 3 brake service options to best suit your vehicle’s needs.
Common Signs of Brake Failure?
- Poor braking performance
- Squealing or grinding noises during braking
- Pulling to one side (“grabbing”)
- “Soft” brake pedal (getting closer to the floor)
- Pulsation of the brake pedal during braking
- Clicking noises during braking
- Excessive drag during acceleration (The “Anchors Away” Syndrome)
- ABS light warning for anti-lock brakes
Stop in at AAMCO of the Upstate and have our experts check them for you.
A fully functioning vehicle brake system is crucial to your safety, the safety of your passengers, as well as the safety of other drivers on the road. Your vehicle’s brake system involves highly engineered parts and precise movements that stop your vehicle by converting kinetic energy into thermal energy.
Your braking system is a critical safety feature in your car, truck or SUV. Annual brake checks and proper maintenance are important in order to ensure your safety and to avoid costly failures to the brake system. It starts with a check at the Greenville AAMCO center, where an expert technician will examine the entire braking system pads/shoes, hydraulic fluids, rotor/drum wear, calipers and wheel cylinders, brake hardware, hoses and lines, master cylinder, and the anti-lock system for vehicles so equipped.
Stop confidently and smoothly for less with AAMCO Total Car Care Brake Service.
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