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The brakes on your Chevrolet Buick GMC help you stop your car in time for lights, slower drivers, stop signs, and avoid accidents. They’re also subject to wear over time, and getting regular Chevrolet Buick GMC brake services in Perry enables you to stay ahead of expensive brake repairs. At John Seth Wadley Chevrolet Buick GMC Of Perry, we want our local customers and those from the areas of Stillwater and Enid to stay safe while driving. We offer brake inspections and services to ensure your car delivers reliable braking distances. Here’s why it’s important to get regular brake services for your Chevrolet Buick GMC.
Chevrolet Buick GMC brake services in Perry involve bringing your car to John Seth Wadley Chevrolet Buick GMC Of Perry’s service department so a technician can examine the condition of your brakes. The technician determines how much life is left in your braking system and lets you know if you need new brake pads, rotors serviced, or if the calipers are seizing up and in need of replacement.
Brake pads and rotors are the essential elements that help you stop your car, but did you know that there’s a difference between the front and rear brake pads? Front brake pads are larger and generate more heat due to a car’s unequal weight distribution. There’s more weight in the front of the car than there is in the rear. Rear brake pads are smaller and help you control the car during normal and abnormal driving conditions. Front brake pads generate more heat which can cause brake rotors to become uneven over time.
Brake rotors that have become uneven from wear make it more difficult for you to stop smoothly and transmit vibration to the steering wheel. When rotors are warped or uneven, they can be re-cut to make the surface smooth again and save you money on replacements. Regular brake inspections help you stay ahead of brake and rotor wear and tear.
Your Chevrolet Buick GMC’s anti-lock braking system (ABS) keeps your brakes from locking up when you hit the brakes hard. It’s a good idea to have a brake fluid exchange performed at the same time you get new brake pads. A brake fluid exchange should be done when a brake inspection shows signs of corrosion or a blockage of the brake fluid hoses.
A Chevrolet Buick GMC is a highly-engineered vehicle that works best when it gets serviced by factory-trained technicians. At John Seth Wadley Chevrolet Buick GMC Of Perry, our technicians use only genuine OEM parts in order to keep your vehicle running as the manufacturer intended. Whether you’re from Covington or Morrison, we’ll take care of your Chevrolet Buick or GMC as if it were one of our own. Call our service department today for an appointment for brake services.
300 Charles R Hall Drive, Perry, OK 73077