Your vehicle’s brakes are its most important safety feature. Our brakes tend to be something we don’t give a lot of thought—that is, until they’re not working properly. If you notice your brakes are starting to grind or squeak, feeling “spongy” or “jittery,” or causing you to push your brake pedal to the floor, your safety could be at risk. There are many components to a properly-functioning braking system, and the experts at Wheeling Auto Center understand everything, making us your trusted brake repair partner.
What could be more worrying than pushing the brake pedal and not feeling the stopping power you expect? There are many accidents every year here in Chicago that can be attributed to braking system problems, so it’s important not to take these issues lightly. If you’ve got a braking problem, call Wheeling Auto Center, your Arlington Heights, IL brake repair experts.
At Wheeling Auto Center, we are proud to go the extra mile for our customers, but we don’t want you going an extra mile when you’re trying to stop your car! If you think you might have some issue with your braking system, chances are very good that you do. Common signs include grinding, shaking, squeaking, spongy pedal feel, an ABS warning light on your dash, pulling to one side or the other under braking, and others. Any of these can suggest a problem, and it’s crucial not to ignore a potential issue with your car’s brakes.
Bring your vehicle to the Arlington Heights, IL brake repair experts at Wheeling Auto Center. We’ll take time to discuss the issues you’re experiencing, consult with you, and then explain exactly what we find during your brake system inspection. With our assistance, you’ll know exactly what’s wrong and get everything fixed quickly and affordably, keeping you and your family safe.
Our brake repair & replacement services include:
All standard production cars on the road today use a similar braking system—utilizing hydraulics to transfer the force of your foot on the brake pedal to cause friction at your vehicle’s wheels. Friction is created by using a caliper to push a brake pad into a spinning disc or by pressing a brake shoe against a spinning drum. An anti-locking braking system (ABS) uses a computer to determine when you’re braking too hard to compensate and keep your car from skidding out of control from too much brake force. All of these systems work together to stop you safely regardless of the road conditions or weather.
Wheeling Auto Center can identify any braking-system issue, and our brake repair knowledge is unmatched in the Arlington Heights, IL area. Reach out to us today or schedule service online to ensure your brakes are keeping you safe.
Wheeling Auto Center provided me with a detailed analysis and cost estimate of what the vehicle needed and it was well below what my Honda dealer had...