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Brake Repair in Aubrey, TX

Keeping Your Vehicle’s Brakes Safe -- Aubrey Automotive Repair Center

Full-Service Brake Repair & Maintenance

At Aubrey Automotive Repair Center, we’re committed to providing you with a safe, quality vehicle. To achieve that, we make sure to service all the performance and safety systems found in your car, which includes the brakes. It’s because of this system that you’re able to stop at a moment’s notice, and our shop in Aubrey, Texas is equipped to prioritize its optimal function. Our ASE Master Certified technicians utilize state-of-the-art tools, components, and service techniques to make sure the best goes into your vehicle. When we’re done with your car, you won’t have to worry about the brakes any longer!

Do You Have a Poor Braking System?

Few things are more frustrating than having to deal with a failing braking system. In situations where you notice a dip in performance, it’s vital that you act quickly. Understanding the signs of degradation can help you prevent further complications. Here are a couple of warning signs the team at Aubrey Automotive Repair Center typically sees!

Noisy Brakes

There are three specific sounds you need to listen to when it comes to your vehicle’s braking system: squeaking or squealing and grinding. If you hear the former two sounds, that indicates the brake pads are at their minimum level of thickness. Although your vehicle is technically fine for the time being, we recommend service at your earliest convenience to avoid further problems. If you hear the latter sound, that means the brake pads have fully worn out, and the metal calipers are squeezing against the metal brake disc. This not only hampers your ability to stop your vehicle safely, but it will also lead to massive damage to the braking system. When you hear this sound, please stop driving and bring your vehicle to our shop as soon as possible!

Spongy Pedal

When you press on the brake pedal, the system should quickly respond to your action regardless of the amount of pressure placed. If you have to apply more pressure to activate the brakes, you’re likely dealing with a spongy brake pedal. This is typically caused when air or moisture is trapped in the brake line, and you’ll require professional help to remove it properly. If you ignore this issue and continue to drive, you’ll eventually reach a point where the pedal meets the floor of your vehicle, and you won’t be able to activate the system at all!

Schedule Your Next Service With Us!

If you start experiencing issues with your vehicle’s braking system, don’t just deal with it and leave yourself in danger. Instead, maintain the safety and performance of your vehicle by scheduling a brake service with Aubrey Automotive Repair Center in Aubrey, Texas. We utilize state-of-the-art repair equipment and some of the most experienced technicians in the industry to provide your vehicle with a wide variety of brake services. Whether you need the brake lines bled or a brake pad replaced, know that we can do it all! Give us a call at (940) 365-1002 or visit our shop on 800 S. Hwy 377 to schedule your appointment. We happily accept walk-ins!

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