Have Your Brakes Inspected Or Repaired At O'Connor Chevrolet Buick GMC

Your car's brake system is an important piece of your car mechanics that should be routinely maintained and regularly repaired. From having your rotors replaced and your brake fluid filled to changing the brake pads and inspecting your braking system routinely, there are many ways for your brake system to require maintenance. Thankfully, your car, truck, SUV, or van will let you know if your brake system needs service through a multitude of warning signs and red flags.

Brake System Red Flags You Should Be Aware Of

  • Brake Light - On many of the newest cars your brake system will alert you to potential problems. If an issue is detected, it will light up a warning light on your dash, letting you know it's time to schedule a service appointment.
  • Squealing Noise - When your brake pads become worn the metal will scrape together. If you notice a slight squeal every time you apply the brakes that becomes louder over time, your brake pads will most likely need to be replaced.
  • Shuddering - If your car shudders whenever you stop or slow down, you should have your brakes inspected.
  • Spongy Brake Pedal - Your brake pedal should never go all the way down to the floor. If it does or your brake pedal feels like it requires more push to work, you'll want to have it looked at by one of our technicians.
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Schedule Your Brake Appointment At O'Connor Chevrolet Buick GMC

Whether your GMC Terrain is starting to squeal as you drive around Camden or Rockland, the brake light came on in your Buick Envision as you were driving to work in Lewiston-Auburn or Waterville, or your Chevy Silverado has been shuddering whenever you stop in Winthrop or Augusta, we suggest scheduling a service appointment to have one of our trained technicians take a closer look. We are equipped to handle whatever brake repair your vehicle may need and look forward to getting your Chevy, GMC, or Buick vehicle running the way it should.

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