Inspect Brakes Dale Feste Automotive


When you have your vehicle inspected regularly, you will be aware of any wear and tear to parts of the vehicle. By checking your brake system regularly, you can help prevent an accident or serious situation created by poor performing brakes. If you are in between scheduled maintenances, you may notice signs that the brakes may need attention soon. Some of the signs can be when you apply the brake pedal it is spongy. It can also be the opposite and be hard when you press on it. There might even be a loud noise or grinding that comes from the brake pedal when you apply it.


If you hear a squealing or grinding noise when you apply the brakes, it could mean that there is an issue that should be fixed as soon as possible. If this is ignored, you could be doing more damage and wear to the rotors, calipers, or wheel cylinders. You may also start to feel the brakes grabbing or pulling to one side or another. The brake pedal may also become spongy and almost touch the floorboards when you apply it. If you have any questions about the brakes, make sure to bring the vehicle in so we can inspect the brake system for you.


If you are unsure how often to bring your vehicle in for an inspection, make sure to contact us and we can recommend a schedule based on the make and model of your vehicle. By bringing it in, you can prevent further damage to the parts. This will also help you to save money in the long run. Also, we will check the brake fluid to make sure it is up at the correct level it should be for your vehicle. By having the vehicle and brakes inspected, you can have a pleasant driving experience.