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Having reliable brakes is an essential part of your everyday drive. Over time, your brakes experience normal wear and tear, and will eventually need to be replaced. The braking system is made up of many components that work together to safely bring your vehicle to a stop. When one or more of these components begin to deteriorate, you will notice signs such as increased braking distance, grinding or squealing sounds, a shaky steering wheel, or the vehicle pulling to one side when you brake. Any of these indicators mean that it is time to bring your vehicle in to have your brakes inspected. Our service technicians at Gregg Young Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Newton are happy to inspect your brakes.
If you have any questions, give us a call at (844) 226-9223 or send us a chat.
Getting your brakes replaced or repaired doesn’t have to be expensive, thanks to the brake coupons available at Gregg Young CDJR. We also have plenty of parts specials for those who enjoy a do-it-yourself project.
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Brake rotors turn motion into thermal energy which creates the friction that resists the spin of the wheels when you press the brake to slow the vehicle to a stop. If your brake pads are worn, or if rust is causing your rotors to corrode, it can cause friction and damage, and the car can experience trouble stopping at lights, stop signs, or in emergency situations. Our technicians at Gregg Young CDJR Newton will inspect your brake pads and rotors and, if necessary, replace them.
Brake fluid is essential in connecting the movement of your foot pressing on the brake and the rotor squeezing the brake pads together. If your brake fluid is too low or has gone bad, your brakes won’t be as responsive or won’t work at all.
The caliper is a part of the disc brake system, and its main function is to squeeze the brake pads against the rotor to stop the car. Generally, brake pads and rotors wear out quicker than calipers; however, driving a vehicle on worn-out pads or warped rotors can damage the brake calipers at an accelerated rate.
When you bring your vehicle to Gregg Young CDJR Newton for any service, our service technicians will conduct a brake inspection. We’ll take a look at brake pad thickness, rotor condition, brake fluid, your parking brake, and any associated brake system lines.
Come on over to Gregg Young CDJR Newton to get your brakes serviced! We offer services for Chrysler brakes, Dodge brakes, Jeep brakes, and Ram brakes. If you have a different make or model, we also invite you to have your brakes serviced at our dealership in Newton, IA. We’re proud to also serve the Des Moines, Ankeny, Knoxville, and other central Iowa communities. See our service center, hours and directions, and meet our staff pages to learn more about our dealership.