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maintain your brakes, know the warning signsmaintain your brakes, know the warning signsmaintain your brakes, know the warning signs

by:JHY     2019-11-24
The Upper Brant Auto in Burlington wants to remind you that your vehicle brake system plays an integral role in protecting your safety.
There are two different braking systems: disc and drum.
The most common is the disc brake, which operates in a similar way to the hand brake on the bike.
When you press the brake pedal in the car, the brake pads squeeze the rotating disc rotor attached to the wheel.
Applying to each wheel creates friction and the car slows down.
The drum brake has a brake shoe and the brake shoe rests on the rotating brake drum attached to the wheel.
Here, friction also slows down the speed of the car.
Since both systems work by creating friction, it is entirely possible to expect the brake parts to wear out.
Your mechanic will decide to what extent they wear out and let you know when they change.
Between regular repairs to your car, there are a few things to note: scraping, screaming, clicking from the brake or grinding the pulse in the brake pedal when pressed feel soft or sponge-like brake pedal shaking steering wheel pull to one side when applying the brake • Increase stop distance, or it seems like it will take longer for you to stop. Low brake fluid level in main cylinder. If you notice any of the above, lighting the brake system warning light, make an appointment to see your mechanic right away.
Remember that regular maintenance of the brakes is essential.
Without it, you have the possibility of a brake failure on the road, which is very dangerous.
If you ignore the warning signal, you may have done something for a long time without knowing it.
Long term damage to some of the more expensive brake parts to be replaced, such as rotors, drums and calipers.
For more information, please follow Upper Brant Auto on Facebook, call 905-319-
9200 or send an email to upperbrantauto @ cogeco. net.
The car store is located at 2241 Mountainside Avenue in Burlington.
The Upper Brant Auto in Burlington wants to remind you that your vehicle brake system plays an integral role in protecting your safety.
There are two different braking systems: disc and drum.
The most common is the disc brake, which operates in a similar way to the hand brake on the bike.
When you press the brake pedal in the car, the brake pads squeeze the rotating disc rotor attached to the wheel.
Applying to each wheel creates friction and the car slows down.
The drum brake has a brake shoe and the brake shoe rests on the rotating brake drum attached to the wheel.
Here, friction also slows down the speed of the car.
Since both systems work by creating friction, it is entirely possible to expect the brake parts to wear out.
Your mechanic will decide to what extent they wear out and let you know when they change.
Between regular repairs to your car, there are a few things to note: scraping, screaming, clicking from the brake or grinding the pulse in the brake pedal when pressed feel soft or sponge-like brake pedal shaking steering wheel pull to one side when applying the brake • Increase stop distance, or it seems like it will take longer for you to stop. Low brake fluid level in main cylinder. If you notice any of the above, lighting the brake system warning light, make an appointment to see your mechanic right away.
Remember that regular maintenance of the brakes is essential.
Without it, you have the possibility of a brake failure on the road, which is very dangerous.
If you ignore the warning signal, you may have done something for a long time without knowing it.
Long term damage to some of the more expensive brake parts to be replaced, such as rotors, drums and calipers.
For more information, please follow Upper Brant Auto on Facebook, call 905-319-
9200 or send an email to upperbrantauto @ cogeco. net.
The car store is located at 2241 Mountainside Avenue in Burlington.
The Upper Brant Auto in Burlington wants to remind you that your vehicle brake system plays an integral role in protecting your safety.
There are two different braking systems: disc and drum.
The most common is the disc brake, which operates in a similar way to the hand brake on the bike.
When you press the brake pedal in the car, the brake pads squeeze the rotating disc rotor attached to the wheel.
Applying to each wheel creates friction and the car slows down.
The drum brake has a brake shoe and the brake shoe rests on the rotating brake drum attached to the wheel.
Here, friction also slows down the speed of the car.
Since both systems work by creating friction, it is entirely possible to expect the brake parts to wear out.
Your mechanic will decide to what extent they wear out and let you know when they change.
Between regular repairs to your car, there are a few things to note: scraping, screaming, clicking from the brake or grinding the pulse in the brake pedal when pressed feel soft or sponge-like brake pedal shaking steering wheel pull to one side when applying the brake • Increase stop distance, or it seems like it will take longer for you to stop. Low brake fluid level in main cylinder. If you notice any of the above, lighting the brake system warning light, make an appointment to see your mechanic right away.
Remember that regular maintenance of the brakes is essential.
Without it, you have the possibility of a brake failure on the road, which is very dangerous.
If you ignore the warning signal, you may have done something for a long time without knowing it.
Long term damage to some of the more expensive brake parts to be replaced, such as rotors, drums and calipers.
For more information, please follow Upper Brant Auto on Facebook, call 905-319-
9200 or send an email to upperbrantauto @ cogeco. net.
The car store is located at 2241 Mountainside Avenue in Burlington.
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