Volvo Brake Repair, Replacement, & Maintenance
When behind the wheel, few things are more important than your ability to stop. Just like other components of your vehicle, brakes will wear down over time. If you’ve noticed that your brakes aren’t working as effectively or you’re hearing a squeaking noise, MB Automotive in Bay Shore can diagnose the issue. Our factory-trained team of technicians will find the problem, repair any problems, and get you back on the road in no time. Continue reading to learn more about the brake services offered at our Authorized Volvo repair shop in Bay Shore. If you have additional questions or are ready to set up a service appointment, call us at 631-328-5985
Volvo Brake Service Offered
In the following sections, we’ve taken a closer look at many common brake maintenance and repairs that we can address at our service center in Bay Shore, NY.
Volvo Brake Inspection
If you’re noticing reduced performance from your brakes, or if they’re making a squealing or grinding noise, the Volvo Cars Princeton team can find the problem. Bring your vehicle to our Volvo service center, and our team will check the brakes for any potential issues.
Volvo Brake Pad Replacement
As the point of contact between the braking system and the rotor, the brake pad is a key component for stopping your vehicle. As you drive, the brake pads will wear down naturally, due to the friction between them and the rotor. Many have built-in wires that become exposed and start making a squeaking noise, which is a sign that it’s time for a new set.
Volvo Brake Fluid Change
Brake fluid transfers the pressure you apply on the brake pedal to the brake pad, which ultimately slows the car down. Over time, brake fluid will absorb moisture from the air, making it less effective and leading to less responsive braking. Typically, mechanics recommend changing your brake fluid every one to two years.
Volvo Brake Rotor Replacement
Brake rotors are connected to the wheels, and ultimately are what slows or stops your vehicle. Over time, rotors become less smooth and begin to degrade, leading to hotter brake pads and reduced performance. Oftentimes, rotors are replaced whenever brake pads are replaced.
If you have additional questions or are ready to set up a service appointment, call us at 631-328-5985