Ever heard about a situation where brakes failed? Never find yourself in that situation by keeping up with any necessary brake repair your vehicle needs. We know what it’s like not to have that peace of mind with something as crucial as the brakes. The brakes are one of the most important parts of your vehicle to guarantee your safety so this is something you should not ever take lightly. Don’t drive around wondering if your brakes are okay. Stop in to KS Autocare in Elgin to get all your questions answered. Our ASE Certified technicians will diagnose and perform quality brake repair so you can drive around confident without wonder. Quality brake service and maintenance can be the difference between an issue being solved the first time or you having to return back to the same inexperienced shop with the same repair weeks later. At KS Autocare, we will provide you with the most complete and comprehensive brake repair. Trust KS Autocare’s brake repair specialists in Elgin, IL, to eliminate any brake problems, and make your drive as safe as possible.
Eliminate Brake Noises Today!
Are your brakes making noises? That’s their way of telling you something’s wrong! There are several warning signs to be aware of when your brakes are in need of repair. If you hear a squealing or squeaking noise whenever you apply your brakes, then it’s time to give your brakes some attention. Be sure to take the time to listen to the noises your car is making if any. That high-pitched squeal isn’t going to be heard if your stereo is blasting! When you don’t hear this warning sign, you will probably keep driving around like normal. It won’t be long before that high-pitched squeal turns into a clunking, grinding noise due to the brake pads wearing down to their limit. The grinding is a result of the metal-on-metal contact of the brake pad and the brake rotor. This can cause serious damage to your braking system and you should stop immediately and bring your car to KS Autocare. If you feel a vibration in the steering wheel whenever the brakes are applied, there is likely a brake repair needed. If the car tends to pull to the left or the right when the brakes are applied, this is another sign the brakes are in need of service. Preventing your brakes from getting to this point is the key to avoiding potential serious damage. Letting our ASE Certified technicians perform your regular scheduled brake repair will ensure your vehicle will never become unsafe, all backed by our 3 year / 36,000 mile warranty. Call us today here at KS Autocare 847-289-1700 or visit our shop at 575 Page Avenue to have your brake repair done today, not tomorrow!