Brakes Shake When you Step on the Pedal?
If the front end of your vehicle vibrates when you step on the the brake pedal it is clearly a brake repair trouble signs. “The disc rotors could be warped,” according to Gary Gargano of Acura auto repair New Haven adding, “which can create an uneven surface as the brake pads try to ‘grab’ them when stopping.” Regardless of the cause, shaking and shuddering under braking can affect braking performance and the condition should be examined immediately. We offer free brake inspections, and having your vehicle checked out at the first sign of trouble can help to avoid costly auto repairs.”
“Even if you heard that squealing sound for a while, but it went away that does not mean your brakes are OK,” said Frank Gargano a vehicle repair specialist offering Car Service in New Haven. The squeaking or squealing noise from your brakes is most frequently caused by wear indicators built into the disc brake pads as they rub against the brake rotor. That means that there is only about 1/16″ of pad material left. ‘Burning’ through the wear indicators so they no longer make noise (because they’re worn away) means you have even less than 1/16″ of brake pad material to stop your vehicle. This is time to have your vehicle inspected immediately.”
If you notice any brake repair warning signs or if you have any other concern about your brakes, contact one of the Executive Auto Group’s auto repair center in CT closest to you at Liberty Mazda or Liberty Honda in Hartford, Executive Honda, Executive KIA, Executive Dodge JEEP RAM or The all new CT Fiat service in Wallingford or Acura by Executive, Executive JEEP or Executive Nissan in North Haven.