Many symptoms could identify poor performance of your brake system.
• Squealing can result when your brake pads are worn down to the wear indicators
• Pulsing in your brake pedal may mean rotors need resurfacing or possibly replacement
• A scraping sound and feeling in your pedal is a result of friction, which means that the brake pad may be worn and coming in contact with the rotor. If unresolved this will lead to further complications and expense.
• A change in pedal pressure often means your brakes need adjusting or that your brake fluid level needs attention. An inspection is often the best way to be sure.
• Pulling of your vehicle left or right while braking indicates an imbalance of brake system performance.
When you notice one of these warning signs your brakes need to be inspected and seviced immediately.
Your Brake Service will consist of:
• Inspecting brake linings, drums and hydraulic systems
• Adjusting parking brake cable
• Cleaning debris and corrosion
• Lubricating caliper pins and backing plates
• Road test
Maintenance intervals will vary depending on model year, engine and type of use. Please review with your Service Advisor to determine your interval requirements.