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Your vehicle’s brake system is what allows you to come to a safe stop whenever you need to decelerate. There are various components to the brake system and they all work in harmony to help your vehicle come to a stop whenever you need it on the road. A brake system service is an all-in-one service that aims to check all components of your brake system and service accordingly. LaFontaine Kia of Dearborn is here to explain some more information pertaining to Kia brake services in Dearborn that you can look forward to whenever you need it.
Multiple components make up your brake system. They are broken up into these different parts: Brake pads, Brake fluid and Brake rotors
These parts work to create the friction that is necessary to bring your vehicle to a safe stop every time you pump the brakes. Our mission is to check every component of your brake system to find out whether or not they are working properly or not.
Brake pad replacement is a simple procedure that your automotive expert at our facility can perform in no time at all. Your vehicle uses two types of brake pads: rear and front. Though they both do the same thing by creating friction on your vehicle that is needed to decelerate, both types of brake pads receive more punishment than the other. Front brake pads are the main source of stopping power in the vehicle and thus are damaged quicker than rear brake pads. You may find yourself replacing front brake pads more often than the rear. We provide expert brake pad replacement services that can get you the right brake pads you need for your vehicle.
The brake rotor works in tandem with the brake pad to create stopping power. However, rust and other types of buildup on the brake rotor can dull its performance. Thankfully, we can provide brake rotor resurfacing that will chip away at the rust and other buildups on your brake rotor to improve its performance and its lifespan so you don’t have to replace it as often.
Brake fluid is one of the most important components of your braking system. Brake fluid helps apply force to the brakes whenever you step on the brake pedal inside of your vehicle. The brake fluid reservoir needs to be checked every 24 to 36 months on your vehicle to ensure its working properly. We will inspect your brake fluid reservoir whenever you visit us for a brake system inspection and let you know whether or not your fluid levels need to be exchanged for a more potent batch of brake fluid.
LaFontaine Kia in Wayne County wants you to bring your vehicle to us for all of your brake inspections. Our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality of automotive care so you don’t have to worry about anything other than what’s on the road anytime you drive. Bring your vehicle to us today and we’ll provide you with a high quality brake service that you won’t forget!