Brake Repair for El Cajon, La Mesa, and San Diego

All brakes rely on friction which is supplied by either brake pads or brake shoes in order to stop your car. Your cars braking system is fairly simple, but when they need a mechanics attention your brakes will give you warning signals that should not be ignored. Here are a few examples: Wheel shake or a pulsing feeling in the brake pedal, a spongy pedal will indicate there is air in the hydraulic system, a brake warning light on your dash that remains on usually means low brake fluid, grinding sounds, continuous squeals or anything that is irregular about your brakes. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is time to have them checked out by a certified brake specialist.

Why It’s Important to Flush Your Brake Fluid

The brake fluid in your car should be flushed every two years. Why? Because it is a hygroscopic fluid which means it absorbs and retains moisture. By absorbing any moisture it prevents your internal braking system from corrosion and failure. With the potential of vehicle safety concerns and brake system repairs that could cost hundreds of dollars, the money spent on a brake fluid flush every two years is well worth the peace of mind.

Our Brake Repair Service Includes:

  • Brake Pad Replacement
  • Lining Replacement
  • Brake Rotors
  • Brake Drums
  • Wheel Cylinders
  • Hose Replacement
  • Master Cylinders
  • Emergency Brakes
  • Machining
  • Power Boosters
  • Anti-Lock Systems
We Offer Complete Brake Maintenance & Repair For

AUTOS ~ LIGHT TRUCKS ~ SUV'S ~ 4X4'S ~ DIESELS ~ IMPORT & DOMESTIC

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