Phoenix Brake System Repair

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Tony’s Auto Service Center and our ASE certified technicians know how important it is to have properly functioning and reliable automotive brakes. Brake change or brake repair should be performed regularly, as malfunctioning brakes put drivers and passengers at risk. Our technicians will treat you to the most reliable Phoenix brake repair and brake change.

Do you suspect your vehicle may be experiencing brake failure, or are you experiencing decreased brake performance? If you are experiencing any of the issues below, which indicate brake failure may be an issue, call Tony’s Auto to make an appointment for a brake inspection:

One of the following components may be contributing to this brake failure:

Is your anti-lock brake lamp glaring at you brightly from your dash, but you can’t figure out why? Start looking for the following symptoms:

If you experience any of the above symptoms (or your lamp is lit, but you’re not experiencing any symptoms), it could be a sign that one of the following of your anti-lock brake components has failed:

Warning: Oftentimes when a vehicle’s anti-lock brake lamp is illuminated, it indicates that the anti-lock brake system has been disabled. Make an appointment with Tony’s Auto immediately so we can perform a malfunction diagnosis and make the necessary repairs to get your vehicle safely back on the road.

Do you experience a pulsation in your brake pedal when you press it?

In order to recognize the cause of this problem and determine needed repairs, one of our ASE certified technicians will perform visual and thickness variation tests.

How often should your vehicle have a routine brake inspection? A routine brake inspection should be performed every 6,000 miles, or when a tire rotation is performed. This precaution can keep potential problems at bay by revealing if your vehicle has:

During a brake service, we:

Have you yet to encounter an emergency situation in which you’ve needed to use your emergency brake? Are you wondering what other possible function it may serve?Your emergency brake (also known as a parking brake) serves two functions:

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