Certified Ford Brake Service
Keeping your brakes in good shape is one of the most important things you can do for your Ford vehicle. Brakes are essential for keeping you safe while on the road, as they enable you to stop quickly when you need to. Your braking system is made up of multiple components, and they’ll all need service from time to time. When you get a rear brake pad repair at Roesch Ford, you are choosing to get the highest quality service by a certified technician working within a state-of-the-art facility backed with the highest quality genuine OEM parts.
Warning Signs of Faulty Brakes
These signs will indicate that your brake pads are beginning to fail and that they need to be changed:
- Your brakes make a squealing sound whenever you come to a stop.
- You have to apply more pressure to your brakes in order to come to a complete stop.
- There is a constant grinding noise that occurs whenever you’re driving.
- The brake pads themselves physically look thinner.
- Your brake pedal vibrates whenever you push it.
No matter what type of service you are having done on your Ford, you should always ask that your technician inspect your brakes. This way, you’ll know when your front brake pads need to be replaced and when the brake fluid needs to be flushed. All of these services are important, so it is crucial that you complete them as needed at the recommended mileage or in response to warning signs of faulty braking.
Brake Pad Replacements
This is the brake service that you’ll need most often. When you apply your brakes, the brake pads put pressure on the rotors to slow the rotation of your wheels and bring them to a stop. This causes them to wear down over time, resulting in the need for replacement. You’ll typically need to replace your brake pads about every 50,000 miles, though your driving habits and road conditions will play a role as well.
Schedule Rear Brake Pad Replacement Service at Roesch Ford!
Rear brake pad replacement service starts with a certified technician with genuine OEM rear brake pads in hand. We will remove the rear wheel assemblies to expose the brakes. The rear brake pads are removed, the full braking system is inspected, and if all looks good, we install brand new rear brake pads.
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