Your brake system’s components eventually need to be replaced as a result of wear and tear. The most frequent brake repair is replacing the brake pads since they degrade every time you push the brake pedal. The metal housing of the pads will come into touch with the metal rotors if they are allowed to wear down too much without being replaced, posing a safety risk and perhaps necessitating rotor replacement as well.
When Do I Need to Service My Brakes?
Some typical warning indicators are:
– While driving, the brake warning light illuminates,
– Your car drifts or pulls to one side while braking,
– Brake fluid is low and/or looks dirty
– You hear grinding or squealing noise when you push the brake,
– You feel a pulsation or “sponginess” when you push the brake,
– You feel vibration on steering wheel while braking
– You may have difficulty stopping the vehicle when you push the brake.