How To Extend The Life Of Your Brake System With Help From Christian Brothers Automotive Green Oaks

CBAC goes above and beyond to maintain your brake system

Did you know that, even with a fully operational brake system, it could still take your vehicle the length of a football field to completely stop?

The brake system is widely considered the most basic safety feature of any car.

Without a functioning brake system, you’re in danger of not stopping in time during an emergency situation.

That’s why the ASE-certified technicians at Christian Brothers Automotive Green Oaks take brake system service seriously. During our complimentary courtesy inspection, we meticulously examine your entire system.

What does the brake system include?

Your car’s intricate brake system is comprised of many parts, including:

  • Brake pads
  • Rotors
  • Calipers
  • Master cylinder
  • Brake booster
  • Wheel cylinders
  • Brake shoes

To keep you safe on every drive, our professionals thoroughly evaluate every aspect with every brake inspection.

How often should the brake system be serviced?

Your brake system only needs complete service every 30,000 miles. However, the brakes should still be checked with every oil change. Frequently checking for any service needs helps us make sure your brake pads are always as thick as they need to be.

We can also ensure your brake fluid is clean and at the right levels. Every few years, our experienced technicians may recommend a fluid flush. Flushing the brakes keeps the more expensive components (such as the cylinders, brake booster and calipers) from wearing prematurely.

Bring your car in for brake system maintenance at our professional Grand Prairie auto repair shop. We’ll tell you the truth about your vehicle’s condition, and never create a false sense of urgency. With our 2-year/24,000-mile Nice Difference Warranty, you know we go above and beyond to provide remarkable service every time.

If it’s time for a brake system inspection, call Christian Brothers Automotive Green Oaks in Grand Prairie, Texas today. Notice the nice difference, and stay safe this holiday season!