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Your brake pads do a lot of work for a part so small. They press against your rotor and provide enough friction to slow your car down and don’t damage or hurt the rotor itself. These pads are specially designed to wear down instead of remaining and causing damage, so you naturally need new ones after a while. We’re here to help provide that brake pad replacement service for you, keeping you safe and in control of your vehicle.
When our certified technicians replace your brake pads, they start by removing the wheel from your car. Once the brake and rotor are exposed, they un-secure and swing out the calipers from the rotor, which holds the brake pads. Then they remove the old brake pads and clips and replace them with new, OEM brake pads and clips. After replacing and re-securing all the parts, they’ll test your brakes to make sure the replacement went well and give you a complimentary multi-point inspection before giving your car back to you.
Your brake pads are made both to last and to break down. However, this breakdown is slow and depends a lot on how hard you’re braking and how often. Most experts recommend a brake pad exchange every 40,000 to 50,000 miles, but it’s always important to check whenever you bring your car in for service. Brake pads are part of our complimentary multi-point inspections, so you’ll always get one when you bring your car to us for service.
Brake pads are generally made with a method of getting your attention when they’re getting thin: a small piece of flat metal, which creates a harmless but loud squealing when you hit the brakes. This sound can alert you to needing a new brake pad, but brake pad damage or over-wearing can also sound and feel like grinding or vibrating. If your pads are making any of these noises, bring your vehicle to us for a brake inspection.
At Len Stoler, we’ve got genuine OEM parts we’ve sourced directly from the manufacturer. These parts are guaranteed to fit in your make and model of car, so you can trust their quality, performance, and longevity. We strive to give our customers the best no matter what we’re doing, so we invite you to come on down and see how good brake pad replacement can be. Set up your appointment with our online service scheduler today!
Len Stoler Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM, Baltimore Boulevard, Westminster, MD, USA