Nissan Brake Service Near Phoenix, AZ

Nissan Brake Service in Avondale

Get Your Brakes Inspected or Replaced at Avondale Nissan

You rely on your brakes every time you drive your vehicle and drive around Phoenix, Glendale, or Scottsdale. You apply the brakes when you reach a stop sign or stop light. As a deer runs in front of your vehicle, you may slam on the brakes for a quick stop. To keep your brakes functioning the way they should, you need regular brake service at Avondale Nissan.

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What You Can Expect with Brake Service at Avondale Nissan

Our service center provides a full range of brake services to keep you safe on the road. We conduct a brake inspection to check your brake pads and rotors. We’ll look at the brake lines and hoses to ensure there are no leaks or damage.

When your brake pads wear down, we’ll replace them with a new set. We can repair your rotors or replace them when they get too worn. If you have brake shoes and drums instead of pads and rotors, we’ll take care of those components.

Our service technicians will replace the brake fluid and flush out the system to remove any dirt and debris. We add new fluid to lubricate your system and the moving components. We replace any damaged or worn-out parts in the braking system, including your anti-lock brake system.

How to Know When You Need Brake Service

You should have your brakes inspected on a regular basis. When you bring your vehicle to Avondale Nissan for an oil change, we’ll inspect the brakes as well. You should also get the system flushed regularly. Replacement of brake pads is necessary when they get worn. Some pads wear out after 30,000 miles while others can last over 100,000 miles.

Some signs that you need to have your brakes serviced include the following:

  • Brake or ABS light stays on after starting the engine.
  • Brakes feel differently, either spongier or need to press further down.
  • Vehicle shakes when you apply pressure to the brakes.
  • Brakes feel hard when you try to press down.
  • You hear a squealing or grinding noise, only when you apply pressure to the brakes.
  • Vehicle pulls to one side when you brake.
  • You see a leak, which may be brake fluid.

If you notice any of these signs, you should schedule service right away. Your brakes won’t work as quickly and as well as before, which could lead to an accident.

Our team will inspect your brakes and let you know what repairs are needed. We provide a written estimate for all repairs. You can relax in our waiting area or take our shuttle back home or to work while we repair your brakes.

Our technicians have been trained on the newest brake technology. You can count on our team for premier brake service and fast repairs. Don’t ignore signs of faulty brakes when we’re here to help. You can also check out our service specials to find deals on the services you use the most.

Schedule brake service online or give us a call here at Avondale Nissan.