When you press on your brake pedal, a highly complex system goes into motion to bring your car to a stop. That’s why it is so important to have trained technicians, with the right tools and parts, to take care of your vehicle.
• You hear an abnormal sound when brakes are applied
• Your car “pulls” to one side when braking
• Your brake pedal feels softer or firmer than usual
• Your brake pedal travels farther down than usual
• Your brake pedal “sinks” or goes all the way to the floor
• Your brake fluid in the reservoir looks dark brown instead of amber-colored
• Your steering wheel or brake pedal shakes or vibrates when applying the brake
• Your Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) warning lights come on
Servicing your brakes is a necessary part of vehicle maintenance. But for many owners, maintaining a vehicle’s brakes is often overlooked. Keeping your brakes in good working order can also help prevent costly repairs down the road. Book a brake inspection today at Genesis of Irvine.