You should always keep your eye on your brakes and have them checked as part of your routine maintenance at Miller Toyota . To keep your brakes in the best working order, you can get a brake inspection whenever you have maintenance performed. A highly-trained Toyota service technician can spot pad deterioration before the telltale squeal, keeping you even safer.
If your brakes make a squealing noise when you press the pedal, that signals that your brake pads are failing. Your pads are designed to squeal. This signals to the owner and the mechanic that it's time to change the pads. If the pads are changed in a timely manner, it protects the metal components from damage. Pad replacement is far less expensive than replacing the metal drums and rotors. If it does get to theat point, we can help you there too!
Brakes may require other maintenance. The brake fluid can become old. This means it gets too thick and can't perform its role as a lubricant. Dirty fluids can lead to the corrosion of metal parts. Protective seals may start to rot.
Don't wait for big problems to come up. Have your brakes serviced at Miller Toyota today