Brake maintenance is important in helping ensure the safety of you and your passengers. If your brakes are making a squealing sound, that may be a sign that you need brake service immediately. Consult Nippon Auto where a qualified technician will do a brake inspection any time to confirm any irregularities in your car’s braking performance. One thing you can do as a vehicle owner is better understand the different moving parts that make up your brake system. When you apply your brakes pedal the brake pads create friction; in turn, the brake rotor disperses heat throughout the vehicle to keep the brakes from overheating. Both are essential to the proper functioning of your complete braking system. Brake pad replacement is the most common repair job for automotive brake systems. The reason is simple: brakes are designed to wear out. The pads rub on the brake disk to stop your car, so worn pads are the first part to check if you are experiencing any braking problems.
Assuming that you have the proper tools, the two most difficult aspects of brake pad replacement are the heavy weight of the callipers and pistons. Without proper tools, adjusting the piston and callipers to fit over the new thicker pads can be very difficult. Since brake pads are only one possible problem with a brake system, there are other items to check as well. If the pads are worn thin or are cracked from heat during use, rotor replacement may be necessary and the system should be