San Francisco Automotive Solutions

San Francisco Automotive Solutions

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San Francisco Automotive Solutions - Brake Service/Repair

At San Francisco Automotive Solutions, the team of trusted professionals will go through and make sure everything is safe and secure when driving down the road. Because of this, the team will go through and check out all of the different components that make up your braking system and ensure it is in good working order at all times. Since the brakes are such an important aspect of your vehicle, you don't want to skip out on having them inspected on a regular basis.

If you notice the brakes are squealing, it often means that you need to have the brake pads replaced. Once the pads are completely shot, you end up hearing a grinding noise. After it gets to that point, you are putting your drums or rotors at risk of being destroyed.

The rotors are attached to your wheels with the help of the disc brakes. Whenever the pads grip the rotor, it causes your vehicle to stop. Because of the added friction, your rotors will end up with a bunch of cracks and grooves in them. By taking your vehicle in and having the rotors resurfaced, you can help restore them and save yourself a lot of money along the way. It can also help to reduce wobbling and squealing.

Brake fluids tend to absorb water from the air. This ends up making your braking system far less efficient. The fluid corrodes and damages your braking system. By having one of the ASE certified technicians flush all of the fluid from your brake system, you can make sure your vehicle always has clean fluid running through it.

With more than 20 years of experience in the industry fixing braking systems in European, Japanese and domestic vehicles, you can make sure that your vehicle is in top shape at all times. The next time you head out for a drive around town, you can make sure you are going to be able to stop when you press on the brake pedal. Contact San Francisco Automotive Solutions to schedule your appointment today.