Your car has many features designed to keep you and your passengers safe. Perhaps the most important safety component in your vehicle is the brakes. If you live in Des Moines, brake repair service fast and easy when you bring your car to McKee Auto. We know the importance of your vehicle’s brakes. When you visit our service department for a brake inspection, we’ll check the brakes methodically to ensure your car drives safely.
Brakes that are working correctly keep you safe by slowing or stopping the car to avoid accidents. All the components of the braking system must be in good working condition. Visit the McKee Auto Service Center for the best brake pad & rotor service in Des Moines.
The McKee Auto Service Center technicians use the most current tools to determine the cause of any problems. We offer top-notch brake repair for every make and model vehicle, whether it’s a newer model or one with its share of miles on the odometer.
Brakes that slip are a warning that it’s time to bring your car in for a brake inspection. Don’t put this off. Damaged brakes are a safety hazard that can result in a serious accident. If you have any problems with your car’s brakes, schedule a brake inspection at McKee Auto right away.
If you find your vehicle pulls in one direction when you apply the brakes, it can be a symptom of an uneven or worn brake lining or a damaged brake line. If you feel the brakes dragging, they may be misaligned, or the brake fluid may need to be changed.
Brakes that are working correctly don’t make noise. You shouldn’t hear any sound when you step on the brake pedal. A grinding noise means the brake pads may be worn. If the brakes aren’t repaired, it will likely lead to damaged drums and rotors.
The vehicle should stop easily when you apply the brakes. If you need to pump the brakes to stop the car, the brake lines may have a leak, or there may be air in the brake system. When this happens, the brake pedal will sink to the floor when the vehicle is idling.
Other brake problems include a brake pedal that feels spongy, banging or vibrations when you apply the brakes, or a brake warning light that comes on.
At McKee Auto, our repair prices are always fair. We don’t feel customers should pay a lot for brake repair, so we keep our prices low. If we need to do any brake repair work, we’ll give you an estimate, so you’ll know what the job will cost in advance. We won’t start any work until we get your approval.
If you live in Des Moines, call us to schedule brake repair at the McKee Auto Service Center. Or schedule your visit on our website. Just click on the Service menu on our website and select Schedule Service. We look forward to the opportunity to provide you with excellent service.