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If your VW vehicle is experiencing signs you need a brake job, schedule your VW brake service at our service center and brake shop today. The brakes on your new Volkswagen Atlas, for example, are a critical safety system. You never want to find yourself in a situation where you need your car’s brakes to be there, and they aren’t. For safety, following the factory schedule of brake pad inspection and replacement is essential to you, your passengers, and everybody sharing the road.
There are a few indicators your car needs a brake job. If it’s been a while since your last brake job or you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, schedule your VW brake service right away. Common signs you need a brake job include:
If any of these warning signs are happening to you or if there’s a warning light on the dashboard, you need a brake job. Another way to tell if you need brake service is a brake fluid leak. Leaking brake fluid is a serious safety hazard, and the car should not be driven until the brake leak is repaired. Hydraulic brakes require fluid pressure to apply the brakes. If there is no fluid or air in the system, the brakes won’t work.
When you bring your vehicle in for a Volkswagen brake service appointment, we’ll inspect all brake hardware, including pads, rotors, calipers, and hoses. We’ll also inspect the brake cylinder and fluid reservoirs to ensure everything is in proper order.
While we’re inspecting and repairing the VW brakes on your vehicle, it’s a great time to rotate your Volkswagen tires.
Before you schedule your Volkswagen brake replacement, check our website or call our service department for current specials on auto repair. We never want you to miss a money-saving opportunity, which is why we offer monthly promotions on common auto repairs, including Volkswagen brake repair specials and VW oil change coupons.
If it’s been a while since your car’s last brake service and you can’t remember how often you should get your brake pads replaced, call our service department. We can look up your service records and tell you if your car is due for any upcoming maintenance. We recommend changing VW brake pads every 10,000 to 20,000 miles.
The next time your car is due for an oil change or brake job, we can also test the health of your car’s battery to determine if a VW battery replacement is necessary.