Lauderhill Brake Repair Shop

Brake Repair and Service

Improve your car or truck’s safety and brake performance with our comprehensive brake inspection, brake repair, and brake maintenance services at Lauderhill Auto Repairs. Our certified mechanics will perform a complete brake diagnostic to find out if the issue is coming from your brake pads, your rotors, your fluid, your master cylinder, or somewhere else.


Brake Repair Service Shop in Lauderhill by ASE-Certified Mechanic

Our Brake Shop specializes in brake repair, brake diagnostics & brake pad replacement and can help you get back on the road in no time. We pride ourselves on offering safe professional quality brake repair services at affordable prices.  Our ASE trained Brake Safety Specialists are trained to fix most makes and models of Foreign and Domestic Automobiles and Trucks. We will provide you with Fast Friendly Brake Repair Services you can count on.  Give yourself peace of mind with a FREE brake Check up from AAA QUALITY COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR, LLC. in Lauderhill. We’ll get you back on the road feeling safe and confident your brake repair service is done the way it should be. We repair brakes on Hot Rods, Vintage Cars, Regular, and Hybrid Passenger Cars, Diesel Trucks, Jeeps, Pickups.

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Common symptoms or signs you need a Brake Check Up:

  • Brake pedal feels soft or spongy
  • Brake pedal pulsates
  • Steering wheel or vehicle shakes when braking
  • Brake light or service message appearing on your dashboard
  • Brake pedal pressure is light or none at all
  • Squeaking, Grinding or Squealing when depressing the brake pedal

If your vehicle is having these symptoms or your brakes just don’t feel right, bring your car or truck to our Lauderhill brake shop for a Free Brake Check.

Comprehensive Brake Diagnostics & Repair in Lauderhill

Brakes and brake repair for the entire braking system and brake problems, such as brake pads, brake fluid, and rotors, are important in helping ensure the safety of you and your passengers in your car, truck, or another automobile with brake issues. Lauderhill Auto Repairs offers and recommend a full, 23-point inspection that includes a comprehensive vehicle check, from brake function, belts, hoses and filters to suspensions, struts and shocks, motor mounts and fuel filters. Our brake assessment, however, will include:

  • Brake function – measurement of pads thickness
  • Fluids – inspection of brake fluid levels and leaks
  • Rotors/drums – determining if resurfacing or replacement is needed
  • Wheel cylinders – check wheel cylinders for function
  • Brake hardware – inspect the hardware for wear and tear
  • Brake hoses – problems with the hoses are common and need regular checking as they can wear out

Common Brake Problems

The brake system in your vehicle requires regular maintenance to perform at its best. If something feels off with your brakes, ignoring the signs can only lead to worsening brake problems in the future. A service engine light, grinding noise, and increased stopping distance are all reasons to come see us. If left unattended, a small vibration can quickly digress into warped brake rotors costing you time and money. However, the vibration you feel may also mean you need a wheel alignment. Instead of trying to diagnose yourself, bring your vehicle to our brake shop in Lauderhill and let our mechanics perform a brake inspection to quickly identify the problem. As soon as you notice any of the following signs, it’s a good idea to bring your vehicle to our Sinrise Brake repair shop. These symptoms could indicate brake repairs are needed, such as bad brake pad, brake fluid leaks, faulty ABS, and more.

Brake Repair & Brake Pad Replacement Signs

  • Your brakes are making noises, including grinding, squealing, or metal-on-metal noises.
  • The pedal feels spongy when the brakes are applied.
  • Your steering wheel shakes while braking.
  • Your vehicle wobbles or pulsates when you brake at any speed.
  • Your car seems to pull to one side when you brake.
  • The brake light or ABS light on your dashboard is illuminated.

Brakes Service: Brake Repair & Pad Replacement

Brake Pads are designed to wear out. The brake pads rub on the brake disk to stop your car, so worn pads are the first part to check if you are experiencing any braking problems. A full inspection though will show underlying problems, as well as what can be repaired and what needs to be replaced. Brake pad replacement is the most common repair job for automotive brake systems.

What will my brake Repair service include?

Since brake pads are only one possible problem with a brake system, there are other items to be included in a brake service. Check out our brake repair FAQ page. Depending on the results of the braking system evaluation, your vehicle brake service may include:

  • Brake pads replacement
  • Brake rotors / drums resurfaced
  • Brake fluid flush & replacement
  • Brake caliper & rotor re-alignment
  • Brake caliper replacement
  • Brake hose replacement
  • Brake master cylinder replacement

Calipers, Rotor, & Drum Replacement & Repairs

The brake caliper houses your brake pads and fits around the rotor like a clamp, pressing the pads against the rotor when you brake. A brake caliper problem could cause uneven braking, making your car slide forward when you brake. Uneven braking can also cause your vehicle to slide out of control in bad weather conditions, so contact our brake shop as soon as possible. We offer complete rotor & drum turning services for most makes and models of cars, SUV’s, and lite trucks. We also offer caliper repairs & replacement.

ABS System Check

The ABS ( Automatic Braking System) of your car is an important safety feature. We offer high tech ABS Systems diagnostic services for all makes and models of trucks and cars that have these safety systems.

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