Your car contains a long list of safety features, but the most critical safety component in your vehicle is the braking system. If you live in Salem, brake repair service is close by when you visit the Jim Cook Chevrolet Service Center in Marion. We understand the importance of your car’s brakes. That’s why our certified service technicians thoroughly inspect your brakes when you take your vehicle to our dealership for brake service.
Properly working brakes keep you safe by stopping your car to avoid an accident. Faulty brakes are a real safety hazard. If you need new brakes, don’t put it off. Visit the Jim Cook Chevrolet Service Center for the best brake repair service near Salem.
Jim Cook Chevrolet’s professional service technicians use up-to-date equipment to locate the cause of brake problems and to repair them quickly. It doesn’t matter which automotive brand or model you own, or whether you drive a new car or one that’s about to become a classic.
Brakes that slip are telling you it’s time to bring your vehicle for a brake inspection. Don’t procrastinate. Faulty brakes can cause an accident that can injure the passengers in your car, occupants of other cars, and pedestrians. Ensure your car, van, truck or SUV is driving safely by bringing it to the Jim Cook Chevrolet Service Center.
If you notice your vehicle is pulling to the left or right when you apply the brakes, it’s a sign of a problem. The brake line may be damaged, or the brake linking may be uneven or worn. Brakes that drag might be misaligned, or the brake fluid may need to be changed.
Sound is an important sign of brake problems. Brakes that are functioning correctly shouldn’t make any noise when you step on the brake pedal. Worn brakes may make a grinding noise. If you ignore this problem, it can result in damage to the brake rotors and drums.
The vehicle should stop easily when you apply the brakes. If you must pump the brakes to get your car to stop, the brake lines may have a leak, or there could be air in the brake system. You’ll likely notice that the brake pedal sinks to the floor when the vehicle is idling in traffic. Other symptoms of malfunctioning brakes include vibrations or banging when you apply the brakes, a spongy feeling brake pedal, or the brake warning light comes on.
Prices for brake repair at the Jim Cook Chevrolet Service Center are always fair. We offer service specials on our website to help our service customers save even more. You’ll find discount coupons on several maintenance and repair services. Print a coupon and bring it along when you bring your vehicle in for service.
Call the Jim Cook Chevrolet Service Center to schedule your brake inspection. Or book your appointment on our website. You’ll find us at 1075 North Main Street in Marion, about a half-hour from Salem. We’re here to offer you excellent service whenever you need help.