important it is to keep your vehicle running smoothly, as important is it to have your vehicle's brakes in top working condition. Without optimal brakes, you
don't have the optimal stopping power, which in worst case can lead to
4 signs of worn brakes:
Or Pulsation In The Brakepedal.If it feels
like driving on a bumby road everytime you press the brakepedal, could it
indicate that your brakes is in a need of an inspection. Vibration or pulsating
brake pedal is often a symptom of warped rotors (but can also indicate that
your vehicle is out of alignment).
Grinding Or Growling coming from the brakes.If your
brakes make a loud metallic sound when you brakes probably means that you have
worn down the pads completely, In some cases beyond replacement. The noise is
caused by the two pieces of metal (the disc and the caliper) rubbing together.
Your rotors may need to be "turned" (a process that evens out the
rotor surface), at this point of maybe completely replaced.
lack of responsiveness from the brakes.One of the bigger indications that youre brakes have exceeded their expreration
date or that there might be a leakage in your vehicles break system. If you
feel that your brakes are not as responsive as they used to be and it feels
like the pedal is just going all the way down to floor is typically an
indecation of leakage in the brakesystem.
the left or to the right, when braking. If it feels like that everytime you step on the brakepadle your vehicle
"pulls" to either left or right one side while braking, it may be a
sign that the brake linings are wearing unevenly or that there is foreign
matter in the brake fluid. This can easily be fixed with a brake adjustment or
to have the fluid drained and replaced.