Nissan brake repair is one of our specialties at Nissan of San Juan Capistrano. While we understand that a brake issue is rightfully upsetting, it doesn't have to stay that way. Instead of annoying those sounds and sensations that let you know your brakes are ailing, turn to us instead for convenient, comfortable Nissan brake repair near Coto de Caza. Your braking system is your very life. Don't neglect it this year.
Brake Inspections near Cota de Coza
If your vehicle is getting up in years, you might want to get a general idea of what kind of shape your brakes are in. During our brake inspections, we look over every component of your brakes and test out its health. Here are just a few of the things we do during a brake inspection. Visual inspection of brake rotors/drums, Inspect brake lines and fluids, Look over the calipers and brake pads to check for wear, See if there are any leaks, Look over hoses and wheel cylinders. If any components or systems show signs of wear or major malfunctions, then we proceed to perform Nissan brake repair near Coto de Caza.
The Ins and Outs of Nissan Brake Repair
Nissan is one of the most technologically advanced automakers in the world. They create braking systems that are "smart" and function as both physical brakes and "intelligent" brakes. That means you'll find automatic emergency braking on your Nissan model and other high-tech braking technologies that can also malfunction. Today's cars need mechanics that also function as tech support experts. Your physical brake systems near Coto de Caza might go out, but then again, you also might experience difficulties with any of those intelligent brake mechanisms. When you need a tech support team that's also a group of certified auto mechanics near Coto de Caza, you've got a friend at our dealership. Brake systems are more advanced than they were in the past, so it's vital that you find a team that knows about both high-tech brake repair and simple/major components of your braking system.
OEM Replacement Parts
The most commonly replaced brake components include brake pads, rotors, calipers, master cylinders, hoses, and lines. Like most major components on your vehicle, your brakes also rely on fluid for lubrication and steady functioning. Sometimes you'll simply need clean brake fluid in order to restore performance. Other times, you'll need replacement parts. Our dealership keeps a long line of OEM - Original Equipment Manufacturer - parts on tap for your needs. Whether your brake pads wear out or your calipers must be replaced, we're going to have those genuine Nissan parts that were approved by the brand that made your vehicle. It's so important to replace your original parts with the same parts. That's what your model was made to work with, and if you want the highest performance from your aging vehicle, you'll need to use those OEM parts. You never have to request OEM parts from us because we automatically use them when we replace any major component of your braking system. You can always count on us for those parts.
Signs to Watch Out For
Your brakes usually get very loud when they're wearing out. Worn brake pads often sound like metal on metal, as do worn out rotors. As these two components come into contact with each other, it can produce a jarring scraping or squealing sound that's unmistakable. Smells often indicate a brake issue as well. Just remember that a lot of "brake" symptoms can be other issues, too, so we recommend letting our certified mechanics make the final diagnosis and plan of action.
You can easily schedule a brake inspection or brake repair at Nissan of San Juan Capistrano. Hop online and let us know what time you'd like to stop by for an inspection or repair. If you already know what your issue is and need us to have the OEM parts ready to go when you get here, just let us know that, too. Our team is ready to get your brakes back into their original order and condition. Call, write, or visit us for help.