Brake Service for Your Truck
Have you been driving your truck for a while now and are experiencing abnormal squealing, or grinding? These issues are indications that a brake service may be is required. At Performance Trucks, we have a team of experts to help you stay on the road and avoid any costly repairs.
Brakes are designed to wear out and should be left to the professionals. The brake service you might need can vary per truck. It is important to get a brake inspection to identify the factors of the problem you are experiencing.
Once the problem is identified, it can either mean one of two things. It is time for a brake repair or you need a brake fluid exchange.
After seeing a warning sign or hearing your brakes squeal, it might be a good idea to consider taking your truck in for maintenance. The longer you wait, the more it could contribute to damaging other parts surrounding your brakes. However, this is all contributed to the way you drive.
The brake system is built in components including, rotors, brake lines, wheel bearings, and calipers. While getting the job done. It might be a good idea to replace the brake pads, but we are here to help and give you a full understanding of what services your vehicle needs to have it run efficiently.
Brake Fluid Exchange
Just like we need to fuel our bodies to stay hydrated, cars need to be fueled by a new fluid to replenish and protect the braking system. This fluid operates and provides the stopping power for your truck.
Here are three reasons to choose us for your brake services:
1. Truck Experts:
Our team is ready to take care of you! We are fully trained on all trucks such as Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, GMC, Ram, and many other popular vehicle manufacturers.
Understanding quality can be overwhelming, but we have a fully stocked parts department and know which materials are equipped for your vehicle.
Our goal is to deliver the best experience at the best price. We want to help you with any issue you might run into.