While we value engine power, stopping power is just as crucial. Whether it's time for new brake pads or a general brake inspection, you can count on the Certified Service experts at Franklin Chevrolet. We understand the needs of your Chevrolet better than anyone. If you need a stopping system repair, you're going to want to choose the experts.
The brake system is made up of crucial components such as the pads, rotors and caliper, and more. These parts will need routine maintenance throughout their lifespan. Thankfully, you have the expertise of our Chevrolet Certified Service at your disposal. We always recommend quality brake repairs, such as genuine parts. Whether you need brake bleeding service or a full-on cylinder replacement, one of our ASE certified techs will ensure you remain safe on the road.
More often than not, your Chevrolet brakes will notify you when there are signs of wear –– from whistling noises to chirping and grinding sounds. If you start hearing noises, it's time to come in. Another symptom of a failed brake system is vibration. If you feel a pedal pulsation or hear certain sounds, this might be an indication of loose-fitting brake pads in the caliper, worn brake pads, or heat-cracked or worn rotors.
Tons of minuscule components make up your brake system. Missing or damaged noise insulators, uneven torque of lug nuts, and caliper hardware issues can also cause pulsating. More importantly, be aware of your vehicle and alert of sounds. Your model might be letting you know it’s time to have your brakes serviced. Be sure to check out our service and parts specials in Statesboro, GA!