BRAKE REPAIR IN NOBLESVILLE, IN
Safe & Reliable Brake Repair — The Noble Mechanic
It seems that nearly everyone is in a hurry these days, but even the busiest people have to slow down. If your daily sprint involves driving, that means you’d better have good brakes! Unlike a radio or heated seats, brakes are a critical safety component. So if you suspect you have any kind of braking issue in your car, don’t delay getting professional assistance. The certified technicians at The Noble Mechanic in Noblesville, Indiana, can assess and repair the braking system on any make or model car. Located at 1372 South 10th Street Noblesville, IN 46060, our shop is conveniently located within easy access to our own town as well as any address in the greater Indianapolis area. At this first sign of brake trouble, call us at 317-733-5009 or use our online scheduling feature to make an appointment before your vehicle becomes a danger to you or others. We’re here to keep you and your car safe!
Potential Signs of Trouble
New, unusual noises or strange sensations when you’re slowing your vehicle are often warning signs that you need brake repair. It can be helpful to know what exactly to look for so you know when to call in the experts.
Do you hear grinding, squeaking, or squealing when you apply your brakes? These could be indicators of worn brake pads. Your vehicle’s brake pads are made of metal. When they’re worn, metal may rub against metal, causing the obnoxious noises you hear.
If you notice a brake fluid leak or have a “soft” pedal when you try to brake, your car might have a master cylinder problem. A bad master cylinder can allow your brake fluid to escape, resulting in insufficient pressure to ensure that your vehicle can stop properly.
Soft Brake Pedal
Make a mental note of where your brake pedal stops when you depress it. The pedal should stop about an inch or inch and a half from the floor if your auto has power brakes. In a car with manual brakes, the pedal should stop at least 3 inches from the floor.
Wobbling, scraping, or vibrating during braking can point to uneven rotors. The rotor should be smooth and evenly thick. If it is uneven, your braking ability is reduced.
Convenient, Expert Repair
If the brake light comes on or you notice any of these troubling signs of brake problems, the experts at The Noble Mechanic can properly diagnose and correct the issue. Although the sounds and feelings a braking system issue can cause are annoying, they are minor in comparison to the underlying danger they may indicate. Don’t put yourself and others in danger by ignoring your brakes’ warning signs. Instead, make an appointment for brake service with The Noble Mechanic. We guarantee repairs with a 36-month/36,000-mile warranty.