Brakes are the most important safety system in your vehicle. To help you stay safe on the road, we’ve compiled a few of the top signs that your Chevy needs new brakes.
Do your car’s brakes feel overly stiff or spongy? Either way, they likely aren’t providing an appropriate amount of stopping power. This indicates a leak somewhere in the brake line, so don’t delay in bringing your vehicle in for service.
If your vehicle is making a screeching, squealing, or grinding noise when you hit the brakes, it’s time to have them inspected. It could mean that the disc and the caliper are rubbing together. If you let this continue without having a mechanic check it out, it could damage the rotors and lead to a costlier repair. So if your vehicle is making unusual sounds, bring it to K&J Chevrolet at your earliest convenience.
If you feel a vibration when you hit the brakes, it could mean that your vehicle’s rotors are warped. You’re feeling a trembling sensation because the brake pads aren’t properly gripping the rotor. However, vibration can also mean that your vehicle is out of alignment. Either way, you can fix the issue by scheduling a visit to our service center.
Notice an issue with your vehicle’s brakes? We can fix it at the K&J Chevrolet Service Center in Carlyle, Illinois.