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Are Your Brakes Making Noise Or Not Working Properly?
At Pyle Automotive our experienced mechanics will diagnose and repair any issues you are having with your car’s brakes. From rotors & brake pads to hoses and system issues, our ASE certified techs will quickly get your brakes working like new again.
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
Most newer cars have Anti-Lock Brake Systems. We have experience repairing the brakes on all makes & models.
Brake Fluid Flushes
Brake fluid flushes will help keep your braking system and calipers performing their best.
As hoses get older they dry out and crack. let us replace any hoses that have started to show wear.
Brake Pad Replacement
When brake pads wear out, it is important to get them replaced as soon as possible to avoid additional costly repairs.
Over time, calipers can experience wear & tear and may start to perform poorly. We can quickly assess & repair the issue.
When heat warps rotors it is time to replace them, or resurface when possible. This is not always an option but it is easy to know with an inspection.
Common Signs Your Car Needs A Brake Repair
If you notice any of the following signs, contact us to get scheduled for a brake service or inspection:
Listen for a new, high-pitched whistle or screech when you apply the brakes.
Heaving Grinding Sound
A heavy metallic growling or grinding noise indicates your pads have completely worn down.
Extremely Sensitive/Insensitive Brakes
If your brakes are overly sensitive or feeling unresponsive there may be an issue.
Slow Stopping Response
If your vehicle has difficulty coming to a stop there may be an issue with the hydraulic system or brake fluid levels.
Brake Pedal Vibration
A hopping or vibrating pedal may indicate your rotors have overheated and warped. You may also notice vibration in the steering wheel.
Why Customers Choose Pyle Automotive
Expert Mechanics, All Makes & Models
Prompt Service, Repairs Done Right
Quality Warranty On All Parts & Labor
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Our Happy Customers
“Pyle Automotive was recommended to me by a couple different people with whom I work. They completed a lot of work in just over a day and the final price was 10% less than the estimate! I had a great overall experience with them and will be a repeat customer for sure. I would recommend them to anyone looking to have work done on their vehicle.”
-Eric W. Carlson
“Been taking my vehicles here for years. They treat their customers well, perform great work and are affordable and honest. Will forever take my cars here and suggest them to others.”
Current Specials & Offers
It’s important to take care of problems with your vehicle right away. To make it easier for you to take care of your vehicle and to avoid problems, here are the answers to our most frequently asked questions. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us today.
How often should I change my brake pads?
Typically, brake pads should be changed every 50,000 miles. However, this number can vary based on factors such as the quality of the brakes, the driving environment, and the driver’s habits. Ensure your brake pads’ quality and remaining mileage by having your mechanic inspect them during routine maintenance. Trust Pyle Automotive to keep your brakes in optimal condition.
Why are my breaks squealing?
Squealing can occur for various reasons, and fortunately, not all of them are serious. At Pyle Automotive, we understand that sometimes this unsettling noise can be caused by the accumulation of moisture and dirt on your rotors. In such cases, rest assured that your brakes are still functioning properly. However, it’s important to note that squealing can also signal more serious issues, like excessively worn brake pads or compromised rotor integrity, among others. Should you hear persistent noise coming from your brakes for longer than a day, it is crucial to have them promptly inspected. Trust Pyle Automotive to provide you with the expert care and attention your brakes deserve.