Welcome to Jones Honda, your reliable destination for comprehensive brake repair services in Lancaster, PA. Brake issues can pose a threat to your safety and others on the road when overlooked. Whether you require an inspection or a repair, we’re here to assist you. Secure your peace of mind by scheduling brake service at our Lancaster Honda dealership.
There are various telltale signs that indicate potential brake problems, including:
If you observe any of these signs in your vehicle, don’t hesitate to contact us online or call (717)-862-2124 with any questions or concerns.
At our Honda service center in Lancaster, PA, we are unwavering in our commitment to addressing your automotive needs. Our primary goal is to exceed your expectations while providing prompt and efficient service. We staff proficient technicians who are dedicated to ensuring your vehicle receives the attention and care it deserves, using authentic OEM parts and the latest diagnostic tools available.
If you’re considering visiting us for brake repair services, you might have some questions. Here are common inquiries we receive about brake repairs that might help alleviate any uncertainties.
Common signs that your brakes may need repairing include squeaking or grinding noises, a soft brake pedal, a burning smell when braking, or a warning light appearing on your dashboard.
It is recommended to have your brakes examined at least once a year to ensure everything is operating as it should. Most car brakes will last anywhere between 25,000 and 60,000 miles, but this can differ depending on how you drive.
While it may appear more cost-effective to just replace the worn pads, it can be dangerous in the long run. If only one brake pad is replaced, it can create an imbalance in braking performance, as the new pad will have a different amount of friction material than the other pads leading to reduced efficiency. So you should always replace all 4 brakes to optimize braking capacity.
The duration can vary depending on the extent of the issues. Minor repairs may take only a few hours, while more complex ones require a longer time.
On average, you should get your brake fluid flushed every 2 years or 30,000 miles. Depending on your driving habits and whether you’re often in dusty or dirty conditions can impact how frequently you’ll need servicing.