Getting Those Squeaky Brakes Fixed
Not only are there several reasons why brakes squeak, but there are different ways to fix the issue.
One way to fix squeaky brakes is to change the brake pads to a different type of friction material. To minimize the noise, you’ll want to get brake pads with a high content of organic brake material—think resin, rubber, Kevlar, or fiber. The more organic brake material there is, the fewer metal shavings in the brake pads, resulting in less squeaking.
If you ever hear squeaking from the rear brakes, then the shoe-to-backing-plate contact points need to be lubricated. Once those points lose lubrication, the metal will begin to rust. The shoes will then scrape against the backing plate, causing a squeaking noise with each wheel rotation.
Whether your squeaking brakes needs to be repaired or replaced, we’ll take care of it. Simply bring your vehicle to our state-of-the-art service center. Here, you’ll find technicians will the skills and knowhow to work on all types of brakes. This way, your vehicle will be good as new before you know it. Plus, we’ll only use genuine parts, so you can have a well-running machine for a long time.