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Brake Repair and Rotor Repair

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If your car is having problems stopping, this is a big problem. You may need brake repair or just a brake service. You may also need to replace or service the rotors. Regardless of the issue, please call us and we will help you. Learn below how your car uses the brake system and makes your car stop. We have experienced technicians and friendly people here to explain the problem and recommend only the repairs you need.

Call us for an appointment to diagnose your car: 714-841-1285

Brake Inspections are very important

We all know that pushing down on the brake pedal slows a car to a stop. But how does this happen?

When you depress your brake pedal, your car transmits the force from your foot to its brakes through a fluid. Since the actual brakes require a much greater force than you could apply with your leg, your car must also multiply the force of your foot. This is done through the power brake booster in the hydraulic system.

Diagram of brake repair and rotor repair

Because brakes are a vital part of your car, it's important to have an expert perform any repairs to your brake system. Have a mechanic make sure it's not a more serious problem before you dismiss it as "normal brake noise." Remember: Brakes are designed to make noises when they're going bad to warn you. It's certainly better to find out your brakes are going bad hearing a squeak than jamming on the brake and not being able to stop.

5 signs your brakes need attention