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Brake Services for Most Major Makes and Models

Brake Repair Seattle WAAre you confident that your vehicle can stop at a moment’s notice?

If your vehicle cannot brake smoothly and firmly it’s time to bring it into our one-stop service center for an evaluation of the major components of your brake system including:

  • Rotors and drums
  • Shoes and pads
  • Calipers
  • Hardware
  • Hoses and lines

Our certified auto mechanics can conduct quick and efficient diagnoses to determine the extent of brake service for major makes of cars, SUV’s and trucks needed to provide the stopping power that is crucial to your safe driving experience.

Call or visit Rick’s Tire and Chevron for an inspection by our ASE® certified mechanic that specializes in brake maintenance and service.

Brake Repair – Brake Pad Replacement and More

Brake Replacement Seattle WADriving your car, SUV or truck with worn-out brake pads or rotors can be very dangerous because both conditions increase the amount of time required to stop.

Because your vehicle’s brake system is the single most important safety component we offer a free, no obligation inspection using high-tech equipment to ensure its operational safety.

Common brake repair service includes:

  • Replacing brake pads and shoes
  • Rotors and drums resurfacing or replacement
  • Hydraulics service – wheel cylinders, calipers and hoses)
  • Repairs for a malfunctioning anti-lock braking system

If you need to have major components replaced, we can provide a brake replacement cost.  Postponement of service when your brakes need to be replaced will likely result in higher costs because replacing hydraulic parts is expensive.

Call to schedule a complimentary inspection or repairs by an ASE® certified mechanic.

Brake Replacement Services for Squealing, Grinding & Jerky Brakes

Brake Service Seattle WAAre your brakes signaling a problem?

If your warning light is flashing, or the warning indicator attached to the brake pad is making whistling noises, squealing, grinding or chirping sounds, it may be time for auto brake repair or possible brake replacement.

These are a few common causes of audible noise or brake-pedal pulsation:

  • Worn or heat-cracked rotors
  • Worn brake pads
  • Possible uneven torque of lug nuts or caliper hardware
  • Brake pads in the caliper that are loose fitting
  • Damaged or missing noise insulators

The life of brakes varies so we strongly encourage paying close attention to the built-in indicators and to take advantage of our complimentary inspection.

Call Rick’s Tire and Chevron to schedule an appointment for an evaluation or brake service at our one-stop shop! 206-525-9392