BRAKE SERVICE & REPAIR AT ED BOZARTH CHEVROLET COMPANY, INC


Expert Brake Service with Ed Bozarth Chevrolet Company, Inc.

Your brakes provide one of the most important safety aspects of driving a vehicle. Brakes in good condition ensure that you can stop safely, preventing collisions and accidents from occurring. However, your brakes won't stay in perfect working order for the life of your vehicle. Luckily, the service team at Ed Bozarth Chevrolet Company, Inc. is happy to help keep your brakes in excellent condition with routine service. Let us help you with all your Chevy service needs today!

How to Tell if Your Brakes Need to be Serviced

Healthy brakes ensure a safe and secure driving experience. We carefully check your brake pads, brake fluid, and other system components to ensure everything is running smoothly. But, you can also watch out for other signs that can indicate your brakes need service. These signs include:

  • Loud Squealing or Metallic Scratching Noises
  • Long Pedal Travel Distance
  • Decreased Stopping Power

When Should You Get Your Brakes Serviced?

We typically recommend that you get your brakes checked every 12,000 miles or once a year, whatever comes first. Our service technicians are trained to understand the needs of your brakes, providing professional care and expert hands to replace or make any repairs that they need. Sometimes, this includes replacing the brake fluid, which we will remove from your vehicle and replace with fresh fluid that is up to Chevrolet's standards. We are here to help keep your vehicle at peak performance level and ensuring that your brakes and all necessary components are ready for the road.

How to Replace Your Brakes

You might feel confident enough to replace your brakes on your own. We're happy to accommodate! Follow the steps below, which will help guide you through the process of removing parts and replacing them with new, high-quality options.

  • Remove the wheel
  • Remove the slider bolt
  • Pivot the caliper up
  • Slide out the old brake pads
  • Replace the retaining clips
  • Slide in the new brake pads
  • Retract the pistons
  • Monitor the brake fluid level
  • Reposition the caliper
  • Reinstall the slider bolt
  • Repeat the previous steps for the other tire
  • Test-drive under safe conditions to ensure your replacement was don't correctly

Even if you aren't confident in your ability to replace your brakes, schedule an appointment with our service team! We'll get you in for an appointment quickly and provide top-notch service care for your Chevy's brakes!

  1. Ed Bozarth Chevrolet Aurora

    2001 S HAVANA
    AURORA, CO 80014

    • Sales: (888) 401-2817
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