What do you mean by bleeding the brake lines?

It’s important to drain and replace the brake fluid from the master cylinder, brake lines, calipers and wheel cylinders, because not only to air bubbles get trapped in the lines, but because moister seeps into the system. As the brake fluid absorbs water, its boiling temperature lowers, which can lead to some sever problems down…

What is usually replaced during a brake job?

Depending on your needs, brake service can include a number of things. The standard list involves replacing the front disc brake pads, resurfacing the rotors, replacing the rear drum brake shoes, resurfacing the drums. bleeding the brake lines, inspecting the system for leaks or other problems, and of course, adjusting the parking brake. We also…

How often do I need to get new brakes?

If you’re having brake problems (grabbing, pulling, vibration, noise, etc.) it is always a good idea to have them checked. Otherwise, there is no specific time period for how often brakes should be replaced. It all depends on the driver, the driving conditions, the weight of the car, the brake system itself, and really anything…

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