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Brake Repair in Easton, PA | Jeff's Automotive, Inc

Brake Repair in Easton, PA

Are your car's brakes making squeaking noises or taking longer than normal to stop? Jeff's Automotive in Easton, PA, is your to-go brake repair auto shop for the entire braking system’s required maintenance and repairs. If you are experiencing brake problems such as mechanical issues with the rotors, brake pads, corroded copper lines, or leakage of the brake fluid, our ASE certified technicians are here to help you get your car back on the road safely and quickly.

At Jeff's Automotive, we understand why you need the brakes to respond the very second you step on the pedal. As such, we have invested in factory diagnostic equipment and software that help us inspect, repair, or replace your brake system.

The Importance of a Good Working Brake System

If your braking system is not working, your car won't stop or slow down when needed. As such, you won't be able to avoid incidents and accidents. A working brake system can mean the difference between getting involved in a potential accident and bringing the car to a halt in time to avoid a collision. This shows that the brake system is the most important safety feature in your vehicle, and brake repair and maintenance should not be taken lightly.

The Different Components Within the Brake System

The brake system has a number of components that work together to help bring the car to a stop. They include:

  • Master Cylinder
  • Brake pads and shoes
  • Rotors
  • Brake Drums
  • Brake Horses/Brake Line
  • Wheel Cylinders
  • Brake Fluid
  • Brake Calliper
  • Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)

Brake Fluid Flushes and Maintenance

Brake fluid has a high boiling point, constant viscosity, and incompressibility. However, brake fluid tends to absorb water with time. Water has some undesirable characteristics, such as low boiling point, and can cause iron metals to rust. The moisture builds up causes the brake system to become less effective.

Since part of the brake system is made of copper, the brake fluid slowly becomes corrosive. To avoid having a contaminated brake fluid that affects the braking system's functionality and effectiveness, it is imperative to be taking your car for a brake service for a fluid flush on a regular basis. Talk to our technicians at Jeff's Automotive in PA about how often and when it's time for a brake fluid flush.

If you need brake repair in Easton, PA, bring your vehicle into Jeff's Automotive today! Give us a call or schedule your next visit using our online appointment form.

Call us today at (610) 253-6565 or you can easily schedule a service online.