You’re driving down the road and a deer runs out in front of your car, you expect your brakes to work. You are approaching a red light and coming to a gradual stop, you expect your brakes to work. As drivers, we put a lot of faith in our brakes to keep us, our passengers, and other drivers on the road safe. At Al Huss Auto, we understand the importance of a properly functioning braking system which is why we provide brake service, brake replacement, and brake repair Kaukauna drivers know they can trust.
As with any system in your vehicle, the first step in proper brake care is regular brake service. This allows your mechanic to not only keep your braking components in tip-top shape but also to catch and repair minor issues before they turn into major catastrophes. At Al Huss Auto we provide comprehensive brake maintenance services including:
- Brake Line Bleeds
- Brake Fluid Flushes
- Brake Pad Replacement
- Rotor Replacement
- Brake System Inspections
- And More
Brake Pad Replacement
Do you know how often you need to change your brake pads? Depending on your vehicle, driving, and the materials in your brake pads, they generally need to be replaced every 50,000 miles. However, your vehicle may require brake pad replacement every 25,000 miles or you may be able to make it all the way to 75,000 miles.
The easiest way to determine how many more miles your pads have left on them is by having them inspected by the experts at Al Huss. Call us to schedule an inspection or get brake service today.
Allowing brakes to continue on the road when they are having issues is a quick way to find yourself in a dangerous situation. We recommend that you know the signs of trouble so you can have yours repaired on time. Some of the most common signs of brake failure include:
- Grinding, squeaking, or squealing noises when you apply the brakes
- Your brake warning light is on
- Pulling to the left or right when you are braking
- Leaking brake fluid
- A soft or spongy brake pedal
- Burning smells while you are driving
Anytime your vehicle’s braking behavior changes, it is cause for alarm. If you are having braking issues and need brake service, contact Al Huss Auto today to schedule an appointment for brake repair.