Brake Repair in Post Falls, Idaho
~ We Service All Makes and Models ~
Brake fade can decrease your vehicle’s stopping power. Protect against it with Mopar® brake pads and brake rotors. Most new cars will require brake service every 30,000 miles. It’s important to inspect your brakes for wear before every winter and summer, because extreme temperatures may hinder your brakes’ effectiveness. Although some brake repairs can be do-it-yourself jobs, many should be left to a certified technician to complete.
Changing your worn out brakes on time can help you save money and prevent damage to your vehicle. Watch to learn about 6 warning signs of brakes in need of replacement.
- Strange sounds
- Vibration in the steering wheel
- Mushier, pulsating brake pedal
- Pulling to one side when braking
- Hot burning smell
- Brake warning light
Regular maintenance of your vehicle’s brakes is vital to ensuring the safety of your passengers and yourself. being able to stop quickly may mean the difference between arriving at your destination or being involved in an accident.
Your car’s braking system has an array of parts, each requiring precise maintenance. From brake pads to rotors and cylinders, each part plays a role in allowing your vehicle to stop quickly and effectively. If you notice any irregularities in your vehicle’s braking, it may be time for repair work.
Our experienced technicians are more than happy to explain and help you understand the brake repairs your car requires to keep you and your passengers safe.
Brake Repairs may include:
- Brake Pad or Shoe Replacement
- Turn Rotors or Drums
- Brake Line Replacement
- Master Cylinders
- “Bleeding” Brakes Lines
- Part Replacement
Call us today at (208) 457-1900 or schedule your brake repair online using our online service scheduler
Findlay Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram has received 14 Best of North Idaho Awards in the last 5 years, including Best Auto Repair Shop. We proudly serve all of North Idaho including; Post Falls, Rathdrum, Coeur d’Alene, Hayden, Athol, as well as the rest of Bonner, Boundry, Shoshone, Benewah, and Kootenai Counties.