Got Brake Problems? The expert brake mechanics at Sergeant Clutch Certified Engine & Transmission Shop in San Antonio, Texas understands your automobile’s brakes and ABS braking system. Fact, nothing on your car or truck is more important than the brake system. Whether you've got all-wheel disc brakes or an older drum brake system, brakes equals stopping power. If your brakes don’t stop you what will another car or maybe a tree? Sergeant Clutch has the right brake parts at the right price. We offer all major brake brands on the market today.
The most important thing to remember when it comes to brake problems is as soon as any brake problem is noticed get your brakes checked and repaired immediately. If your car, truck, van or suv is having brake problems don't hesitate, bring your automobile to Sergeant Clutch Certified Engine & Transmission Shop. We pledge to offer Good Customer Service, Quality Brake Parts & Brake Repairs, Great Brake Warranty, and Discount Brake Job Prices.
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When you have problems with your cars brake system, this can be a serious problem and waiting will make the brake problem worse costing you more money. By delaying needed brake repairs can be extremely dangerous. It’s easy to tell if your automobile needs a brake job. If your brakes squeak a little, that is normal. Most brakes squeak because the lubricant that comes with each brake kit was not administered when the brakes were placed onto the automobile. It is not the squeaking that you need to worry about. When your brakes begin to wear down, you might hear a grinding noise when you step down on the brake pedal. You might hear a crunch noise if you have to hit the brakes fast and hard. Those are usually two good signs that it is time for brake service.
Overstressed brake rotors and brake drums can break. Brakes that are excessively worn or damaged may not stop your vehicle in time. The longer you delay fixing brake problems will only cost more to fix. Badly worn, warped or overheated brake rotors can damage wheel bearings and the complete wheel hub assembly. These parts often cost as much or more than the brakes themselves. Contact Sergeant Clutch.