If you are experiencing brake system trouble, it is crucial to have your Subaru inspected by certified professionals as soon as possible. Signs of faulty brakes include grinding or squealing noises, brake fluid leaks, and stiff or light brake pedals. One of the most common causes of brake issues is worn brake pads. LaFontaine Subaru offers a full menu of brake system services, including brake inspections and brake pad replacements. Continue reading here to learn more about your brake pads and when to replace them, then make an appointment for service at your convenience using our online service scheduler.
Brake pads play a vital role in your braking process. By squeezing down onto your brake rotors, intense friction is created. This friction ultimately slows down your wheels and brings your vehicle to a stop. But this friction also causes your brake pads to wear down over time. Routine brake pad replacements, whenever needed, will ensure that your brakes maintain their proper capabilities.
Different drivers will experience brake pad wear at different rates. Most drivers require new brake pads every 30,000 miles or so. It is important to replace your brake pads when they measure under 3 millimeters, which can be determined during a brake inspection. We offer certified brake inspections, brake pad replacement services, and rotor resurfacing at LaFontaine Subaru. Our Subaru-certified technicians use genuine OEM brake pads for service and provide meticulous care. When it comes time for new brake pads, trust the expert team at LaFontaine Subaru!
We invite Subaru owners from the Troy, White Lake Charter Township areas to visit us for a brake pad replacement service. You can schedule an appointment online or by phone. Our service center is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM and from 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM on Saturdays. Find a time that works for you and allow us to keep your Subaru’s brakes working like new.