Professional Brake Repairs and Services in San Antonio, TX

Brake service at San Antonio CDJR in TexasIf you can’t remember the date of your last Jeep brake repair, it’s time to contact San Antonio CDJR’s trusted team. Our brake service specialists humbly invite drivers to our convenient location in San Antonio, Texas, where we offer high-quality brake services and auto repairs. Our staff provides ASE Certified service specializations, as well as knowledge surrounding a variety of automotive makes.

Our service specialists can provide preventative maintenance as well as standard Dodge brake repair services. Thanks to our state-of-the-art technology and know-how, we can handle brake pad installations to complete system overhauls. We use the highest quality brake fluids and components, ensuring every brake service is on par with your expectations. With our promptness, attention to detail and OEM-quality brake components, your brake system will last for many miles.


The Brake Services We’re Offering

Generally speaking, your vehicle is made up of two types of service brakes: disc and drum brakes. Newer models also come with emergency brakes as well as sophisticated anti-lock brake systems, ensuring safety is at the forefront of every drive. There will be several signs indicating that it’s time to book brake services with San Antonio CDJR. If your brake pedal feels loose or you hear a squealing sound when pressing down, it’s time to contact our service center.

The most common types of brake repairs are:

    • Shoe Replacement: What is the shoe? The brake shoe is the part of the stopping system that moves the brake lining in the drum brakes. You must replace your brake shoes every 20,000 miles or so. There should be a wear indicator somewhere amid your brake pad assembly, which lets you know when to service.

 

    • Brake “Bleeding” Service: The practice of brake bleeding is what happens when our technicians drain all of the fluid out of your system and replace it. We generally recommend brake bleeding services when air bubbles or debris infiltrate your system. While it’s not our go-to service, we often recommend brake bleeding when your master cylinder and lines show little wear, but there are still obvious brake issues.

 

    • Genuine Mopar Part Replacement: As your brake system is made up of various parts, both big and small, the final frontier of brake repairs lies with part replacements. Our ASE certified experts are skilled at identifying parts that need replacing, including lines and master cylinders.

 


Find Brake Services in Texas Today

Setting up brake services is easy. You can book a service appointment online or call our service specialists directly. If you’re having brake issues or want to get ahead of the game with tune-ups, you know who to call!