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Services

 

Brake Fluid Bleed $60.00

When to service: A dropping brake pedal is the result of lack of pneumatic pressure in the brake system. Sometimes this is caused by air pockets in the system. Other times it’s the symptom of a failing master cylinder or a leak in the system. Bleeding the brake fluid of air pockets can prevent a dropping brake pedal.

 

Apply pressure to the brake system and open bleeding screws on the brake calipers or wheel cylinders
Add OE specific brake fluid as needed

 

 

Brake Fluid Flush and Service $90.00

When to service: Brake fluid flushes are recommended every 30 thousand miles. Brake fluid can lose viscosity over time and with some of the most extreme temperatures in the country ranging from 0°F to 100°F, moisture is likely to build in the system.

 

Evacuate all brake fluid using brake fluid flush machine
Includes brake fluid bleed service

 

 

Brake Pad Service - Call for a Free Quote

When to service: Most pads will need to be changed between 30-50 thousand miles depending on driving conditions and habits. If the brakes are squeaking, have our technicians check the life of the pads.

 

Replace current front or rear pads with ceramic pads
Remove caliper guide pins, clean and grease
Cleaning caliper cradle and replacing shims as necessary

 

 

Brake Pad and Rotor Service - Call for a Free Quote

When to service: Most pads will need to be changed between 30-50 thousand miles depending on driving conditions and habits. If the brakes are squeaking, have our technicians check the life of the pads.

 

 

Includes brake pad service

Replace front or rear rotors with all steel rotors

Clean, service, and inspect wheel hub

Inspect caliper pistons, replace caliper if necessary

 

 

Brake Shoes Service - Call for a Free Quote

When to service: brake shoes are serviced as needed when the shoes are below 20%. rear brakes in general have a longer interval than front brakes.

 

Replace rear brake shoes
Service brake drums, clean rust, and ensure proper brake contact
Inspect hardware springs and components
Inspect wheel cylinders and check for fluid leaks