Brake inspections should be part of your vehicle’s maintenance
Brake service doesn’t mean to only replace worn out parts with new ones. It also means to restore the functionality of the entire braking system by inspecting and repairing calipers, piston seals, brake lines and other components. Many shops neglect this part of the brake service and as a result, after a short period of time, even though new pads or rotors were installed, the brakes stop working properly. At Autobahn Logic WE DO IT RIGHT.
Should you choose an upgrade for your OEM brakes, you will get more efficiency, safety and more driving satisfaction. People often buy products that look good but do not inquire about its quality. Brakes that we recommend as upgrades are more efficient at high temperatures providing better braking characteristics. We use brake pads and rotors designed specifically for your car.
Regular brake inspections should be part of your vehicle’s ongoing maintenance. They help you ensure your safety and your vehicles reliability. We recommend that you have your car’s braking system inspected at least once a year or if you experience any of the following symptoms:
• Continuously grinding or squealing brakes
• Brake warning light stays on
• Low or spongy brake pedal
• Brake pedal very hard to press
Any time you notice these symptoms (or other unusual symptoms relating to braking), it’s a good idea to have your car’s brakes checked.
Specialists at Autobahn Logic know your braking system components inside and out. We inspect, repair and service brake lines, brake rotors, brake calipers, hydraulic brake fluid, brake master cylinder, power brake booster, drum brakes, disc brakes and electronic anti-lock brake sensors.
• Brake System Inspection / Diagnostic
• ABS System Diagnostic / Service
• Brake Fluid Flush
• Disc Brake Service
• Drum Brake Service
Autobahn logic offers m-Sport brake upgrades. Upgraded brakes provide better performance, reliability and appearance. Click on the images below to read about benefits of upgraded brakes on your car.