Looking for CDJR Brake Service & Auto Repair?

Looking for CDJR Brake Service & Auto Repair?

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Your Go-To Resource for Brake Repairs

Motor City Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM is your one-stop shop for all automotive needs. Our state-of-the-art service center features a full menu of auto repair services with a specialization in brake service, brake rotors, brake calipers and brake pads. Contact us today to schedule CDJR brake service or access our online service scheduling platform to make a service appointment.

In addition to premium auto repairs and brake service, our CDJR dealership features an impressive collection of new, used and certified pre-owned vehicles. Whether you are looking to upgrade your pickup truck or have your brake system inspected at our CDJR service center, we are here to help.

What Does Brake Service Include?

The team at our CDJR service center offers not only comprehensive brake service that includes a brake inspection of your brake rotors, brake calipers and brake pads, but we also seek to inform our customers about how the brake system works. It’s clear that your engine was designed to perform, but the brake system offers the stopping power and the safety you need.

Routine inspections of your brake pads, brake calipers, brake pedal and brake rotors is necessary to ensure that your brakes work and your vehicle does not need car repairs. The brake system may seem to be complex, but we are here to break it down for you. Your vehicle features hoses that carry fluid to the brake calipers from the main line. If the hoses feature cracks or deterioration, it’s time to schedule brake service as this can impact how your brake system works.

The brake calipers are the main component of your system that squeezes against the brake pads toward the brake rotors. This is what allows your vehicle to stop on either a smooth surface or rough surface. The brake rotors offer the structure for your brake pads to grip, which ultimately forces your wheels to stop spinning. Known as the shoes of your brake system, the brake pads also connect with the brake rotors to apply pressure and ultimately stop your vehicle.

When Do I Need Brake Service?

There are many signs that indicate your vehicle needs brake service. In most cases, it becomes increasingly harder to stop when you push on the brake pedal. You may also notice a scraping or screeching sound when you try to stop if you need brake repairs.

Some drivers may notice that the steering wheel begins to shake when brake service is needed while others may notice a grinding sound when you apply pressure to the brake pedal. If it takes longer than normal to stop or the vehicle begins to wobble or shake when you approach higher speeds, schedule brake repair service at our auto repair center.

In addition to paying close attention to signs that you need brake repairs to the brake pads, brake rotors or brake calipers, it’s also important to follow the timeline for brake inspections as indicated by the manufacturer of your vehicle. On average, most manufacturers recommend brake repairs and replacements between 30,000 to 60,000 miles. This timeline may vary, though, based on road conditions and driving habits.

When you stop in for routine maintenance, the team at our CDJR auto repair center will perform an inspection of your vehicle’s working parts, including the hoses, cylinders, brake pads, brake rotors and brake calipers. If needed, we will recommend a flush of your brake fluid or a replacement of your brake pads or brake rotors.

The brake fluid is essential and provides lubrication to your brake system. When the brake pads wear down and you don’t opt for brake repairs right away, you may notice more damage to your brake rotors as they have to work harder to stop the vehicle.

Schedule Brake Service Online

Ensure that your disc brake system and master cylinders are in working order by scheduling brake service at our CDJR auto repair center. The team at our repair shop is eager and ready to inspect your brake parts and perform brake repairs as needed.

Trust in a team of certified technicians with decades of combined experience to get you back on the road safely. Learn more about how your brake system works and how you can prevent major brake repairs when consulting with the team at Motor City Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM.

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