What A Tires Etc. Brake Service Includes
- Premium brake lining that will not squeal
- No unsightly brake dust on your wheels
- Smooth responsive braking
- Premium long-lasting brakes
- Brake pads & rotors tailored to your driving needs
$25 Off Brakes
Must present coupon at time of service. Most makes and models. Some restrictions may apply. See store for details.
Brake Service, Repair, and Replacement
The proper function of your brake system is fundamental to the safety of your vehicle. Brake system components wear over time, so if you notice a change in your brakes such as chirping, scraping, or feel any shaking during braking, it is essential to have them checked as soon as possible.
At Tires Etc we offer quality brake services and repairs for almost every vehicle. Our technicians will get the job done right so you have the confidence of knowing that your brakes are in proper working order.
Quality Brake Pads and Rotors
Brake pads and rotors should be replaced together and can be tailored to your driving style. Replacing pads and rotors together ensures that there is no squeaking or vibration from your new brake setup.
Matching quality brake pads and rotors to your driving style will ultimately improve braking performance and the life of your brakes.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- When replacing brake pads, we clean and lube the slides and brackets
- We clean or replace brake hardware
- We check for brake fluid leaks
- Verify proper operation of calipers
- Ensure that the proper brake pads are used
- When brake rotor replacement is required, we clean the mounting surface for proper seating of the brake rotor
- Unusual noises coming from the vehicle when applying the brakes.
- Squealing while driving that ceases when applying the brakes.
- Vibration or shaking in the steering wheel when applying the brakes .
- Vehicle pulling to one side when applying the brakes.
- Brake pedal feels soft or spongy.
- Brake pedal feels extremely hard.
- Brake warning or ABS lights are on.
Squealing while braking could indicate an inferior quality brake pad, hard brake pad, debris stuck between the pad and the rotor, or overheated pads and rotors, or indicate a more in depth issue in the braking system. Proper diagnosis performed by an experienced technician is the best way to determine what the problem is.
If there is a grinding noise when braking, the most likely indication is that the pad lining is completely gone and the metal backing plate is grinding into the rotor. If this happens you need to stop driving immediately and have it diagnosed by a certified technician.