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Wilmette, IL 60091
Checking your car's brake system at least once a year is a must. When it comes to vehicle safety your cars brake system should be a priority. A complete inspection would include checking your rotor thickness, brake fluid levels, brake lines, calipers, drums, pistons, and brake pads.
"Sometimes it's only a few miles between a soft brake pedal and a pedal that goes clear to the floor," said Stephen Powell, NAPA/ASE Technician of the Year.
Noise - When your brakes start squealing, grinding, or making noises that sound out of the ordinary it is time to get your brake pads checked.
Brake Dust - If you notice an increase in brake dust around the rim or hubcaps of your wheels, they need to be inspected.
Your Brake Pedal - If you noticed a difference on the pressure of your brake pedal it could be a sign of air, or other problems with your braking system.
Car Pulls Left or Right - If you hit your brakes hard and the car pulls to the left or the right it could indicated excess brake wear on one side or the other.
ABS Light - If you notice your ABS light illuminating on your dashboard when it is not active it could be an indication of excessive dust / particle build up on ABS sensors.