Brake Repair Services

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Brakes are pretty much the most important safety device on your car. If you’ve ever partially lost your brakes in the past, you’ll agree that it’s not something you want to experience again. Inspecting your brakes twice a year for wear and damage can protect you and your passengers. Carotech Automotive and Tires offers qualified brake repair in Los Angeles, CA for disc, drum, and anti-lock style brakes. If your brakes are too far gone for you to make it safely to our shop, No Worries! Our free towing offer is for old and new customers alike. So give us a call at (424) 283-4303 and let us prove to you that we truly are your local brake repair experts.

Stop Your Car With Reliable Brake Repair Service

The most basic way to understand the way your brakes work is to know that the system operates on friction. Pressure from your foot is transferred down a line of hydraulic fluids to amplify the force of your foot and apply pressure to the pads of the brake and stop your wheels from spinning. As we all know, friction equals heat, and heat causes wear and tear over time. The best way to ensure that your brakes do not wear past the point of usefulness is to pay close attention to a few things.

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Brake Pressure: If you notice your brake pedal falling too low when you apply pressure or is requiring excessive force to push down you may have an issue with contaminated brake fluid. Usually, this kind of issue is easily fixed by bleeding the brake lines, replacing the fluid or calibrating the vacuum level in the brake booster.

Noisy Brakes: If your brakes are making any kind of noise, you can assume that something is wrong. Whether it is a sharp whine, low groan or strange “clunk” sound, you had better consider getting brake repair.

Pulling or Grabbing: When you release the brake pedal, your brakes should immediately respond by letting go and allowing the wheels to spin freely. If your brakes continue to hold after you release the pedal it is most likely caused by failing brake pads or a damaged brake disc and you need to get brake repair soon.

Contact Our Shop For Professional Brake Repair

If your brakes feel mushy when you step on them, or it takes more pressure to make your car stop you should look into getting brake repair soon. Carotech Automotive and Tires offers premiere brake repair in Los Angeles, CA. If you want to have the most dependable brakes on your car, call our shop at (424) 283-4303 and schedule an appointment. Don’t forget to take advantage of our free towing.