Brake Repair

Colorado Auto Brokers service shop is your go-to brake repair in Denver. Offering the most competitive prices and highest quality products for our customers in all of our automotive repair services. We understand that maintenance is essential to the output of your vehicle, and staying on top of your service requirements can save your future self-thousands of dollars. We strive and have always strived to be the best Brake shop in Denver Colorado. This is why only our ASE-certified mechanics handle everything from engine replacement to our brake service!

Brake shop specialty Service

We are able to provide our clients with a full and comprehensive brake service. No matter what issues you are having, or what repairs you need our Colorado Auto Brokers brake repair has you covered.

Anti-lock brake system
Often referred to as (ABS), this system controls that your wheels don’t stop rotating once you have initialized braking. This prevents the car from skidding to a stop but offers much greater control. Pay attention to the dash in your vehicle. If it is illuminated then contact us today for a better diagnosis of the problem.

Brake fluid flushes
One of the more important functions to get checked often and avoid brake repairs. The reason being is that this issue often develops slowly, and because of this it often goes unnoticed until the problem becomes server enough to notice. The root of most issues coming from your braking fluid is when water is absorbed from the humidity in the air, causing the fluid to become corrosive and damaging to the entire braking system.

Brake hose
One of the lesser common issues we see in our brake shop is with hoses. It is still important to pay attention to. We often see problems in our brake shop, spiking from a crushed or collapsed brake line hose. This causes slower braking. A sprung leak in the hose can often and eventually lead to more fatal issues for the entire braking system and causing more brake repairs to be needed

Brake pad & shoe replacement
One of the easier issues to spot is deteriorating brakes. If you hear a loud squealing coming from your brakes this is due to the metal-on-metal grinding that is occurring when you apply the brakes. It’s vital that you get your vehicle into a shop ASAP if you notice this happening. The good news is this sound doesn’t always indicate that new rotors or drums are needed, but the clock is ticking!

Caliper Replacement
If you live in the Midwest or east coast where salt is used for deicing, this brake service will be much more common for you. Salt is a corroding substance for most components of your vehicle, especially brakes, causing more frequent brake repairs. Calipers are also worn down from excessive heat, and the general heavy use of their purpose. Uneven wear and tear on your brake pads can be a sign of a caliper piston seizing or a slider sticking. If you notice your vehicle pulling to one side or another when applying brakes is a very telling sign that it’s time for caliper repair or replacement. Including but not limited to stiff braking, and leaking brake fluid through piston seals as well.

Resurface Rotors
Brake pads grip the rotors, this is what provides the braking action for your vehicle, both the rotor and the wheels are brought to a stop in a disc braking system. Over time the friction created by this will cause small groves and cracks to pop up over time. This can also cause the same squealing and less control as we previously talked about with brake pads and shoe replacements.

How to know you need brake repairs

Compared to other components of your vehicle, brakes are typically fairly easy to spot any active problems. However it’s important to spot these problems early and not ignore them, or run the risk of more major issues developing over time. If you answer yes to any of these questions below, make sure to give our brake shop a call ASAP!  

  1. My vehicle's brakes feel soft or spongy when I press the pedal
  2. The pedal drops down close to the floor before I can feel the car slow
  3. I hear squealing, screeching or grinding noises when using the brakes
  4. When I brake, the car pulls and I have to hold the wheel tighter
  5. The car shimmies or vibrates whenever I press on the brakes
  6. I have to give myself extra room to bring the vehicle to a full stop
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