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Kent Auto Brake Service

If it takes an abnormally long time to get your automobile stopped or if you hear squeals’ coming from the wheels of your automobile it is time visit Premier Automotive Services and let our Kent Auto Brake Service specialists inspect your brakes and repair it as required. We understand everything about it from electronic anti-lock brake sensors, disc, drum brakes, power or hydraulic brake fluid to the brake pedal. We can service the brakes on any make or model of automobile. Some other signs that your brakes need service include:

  • You hear squealing or grinding while braking
  • Your brake pedal is slow to respond or spongy
  • Your vehicle pulls or pulsates when slowing
  • Your brake pulls or pulsates when slowing
  • Your brake or ABS lights are illuminated in the dashboard

Any time you notice any of these symptoms, it is time to visit our Kent Brake Service. Our ASE certified automotive technicians will start with a complete inspection of the primary components and linings of the automobile. A detailed written evaluation and diagnosis of any problems will be reviewed and provided and to you. The current condition of the components that impact its performance and the automobile manufacturer’s specifications will be the basis for the service recommendations. We will also offer options for you. Prior to any work being done, we will provide you with a written work order and estimate.

At Kent Auto Brake Repair, we have ASE certified automotive technicians to help ensure that your brake system is working as effectively as originally intended. These services will include:

  • Replacing Fluid as Required
  • Resurfacing Drums or Rotors
  • Replacing Worn or Damaged Brake Shoes and/or Pads

Kent Auto Brake Repair

Our Kent Auto Brake Repair and Service will only use the brake shoes, pads, and all other parts that meet or exceed OE (Original Equipment) standards. We understand that the brakes should be maintained well to protect you and others on the road.

Brakes need to work properly to ensure reliability and safety of the driver, passengers, the vehicle and others sharing the highway. You need the confidence to know that your automobile will come to a precise and complete stop whenever you depress your brake pedal and stop your tires from rotating. Even under normal driving conditions, the rotors, drums, shoes, and pads rotors are made from materials that wear down from friction and heat. Over time, these same wear issues can also affect the hydraulic components of the brakes such as the hoses, wheel cylinders, and calipers. The failure of these components can result in the loss of braking and expensive repairs. To avoid these costly and in some cases fatal failures, the automobile manufacturers recommend regular inspections at around 12,000 miles.