Brakes & Suspension Repairs

Brakes and Suspension Repair
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Brakes – Service & Repair

Your brakes transmit the force you apply to the brake pedal through a brake booster (which amplifies that force) into a master cylinder, which converts the force into hydraulic pressure. That hydraulic pressure is then transmitted to your brake caliper pistons and/or wheel cylinders at the wheels. This force creates friction between the brake pads or shoes and the or drums. This friction creates the stopping force needed to quickly and safely stop your car. If you’re experiencing brake symptoms such as a squealing or grinding noise, a pulsating brake pedal, an abnormal amount of brake pedal travel, or a red brake light indicator, it is time to have your brakes checked as soon as possible.

Steering & Suspension Repair

Your vehicle’s steering and suspension systems are designed to create maximum traction between your tires and the road. This provides steering stability, proper handling, and good comfort. These components are ground zero at connecting your vehicle to the harsh roads and are thus prone to wearing out or even breaking, possibly leaving you stranded. Steering and suspension systems are key safety components and should be inspected annually or if you are experiencing problems such as uneven tire wear, excessive vibration or bouncing, loss of contact with the road, or have symptoms of the vehicle not wanting to track straight down the road.

The brakes, steering, and suspension all need to work in unison to keep your vehicle safely down the road. It’s important to have an auto repair shop you can trust to advise you on keeping these systems working their best.

Ed’s BnB is proud to offer repair & replacement services for all of these systems from a trustworthy in Mesa, AZ. Give us a call today to see what we can do for you.

Ed’s BnB Auto Repair is always ready to help. Give us a call and we’ll discuss your options. You can also use the Book Appointment button to schedule an appointment. 

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