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507-263-2120

Cannon Auto Repair

1709 Minnesota 20
Cannon Falls, MN 55009

Are you starting to notice a few signs of brakes going bad? Don’t delay in scheduling a brake service to inspect your brake system and to have any needed repairs or replacements made. If you are starting to notice any of the following issues, it’s time for the help of brake repair experts:

  1. Brake light comes on and stays on.  
  2. Squealing, squeaking or grinding noises when using your brakes.
  3. Wobbling, vibration or scraping when braking.
  4. Fluid leaks.
  5. Spongy or soft brake pedal.
  6. Car pulls to one side when braking.
  7. Burning smell while driving.  
  8. Bouncing up and down when you make a hard stop.

There are several factors that can determine how long your brakes will last, described below:

  • Style of driving – If you are an aggressive driver who brakes hard consistently, especially in stop-and-go town traffic, will notice their brake pads wearing out often. 
  • Weight of your vehicle – When a vehicle is manufactured, the stopping power of the brakes is calculated on the weight of the vehicle plus the passenger limits. However, if you overload your vehicle, you are significantly diminishing the effectiveness of your brakes, making it unsafe for driving. 
  • Quality of brake materials - Quality of the brake pad material is a primary determinant of how long your brakes will last. Ceramic pads are longer lasting but more expensive. Semi-metallic pads are less costly and don't last as long. 
  • Use of your vehicle – If the vehicle is used to pull heavy loads, driven mostly in mountainous terrain, or used to make frequent stop-and-go trips, the pads and rotors will wear down more quickly than on smooth, straight, and level roads where the brake does not have to be applied as often or as hard.

Need to know the signs of brakes going bad? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Cannon Auto Repair today for more information about brake service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Cannon Falls, MN and the surrounding areas.

If you are wondering about signs of brakes going bad, call your mechanic at Cannon Auto Repair for information & to schedule a brake service.

Are you starting to notice a few signs of brakes going bad? Don’t delay in scheduling a brake service to inspect your brake system and to have any needed repairs or replacements made. If you are starting to notice any of the following issues, it’s time for the help of brake repair experts:

  1. Brake light comes on and stays on.  
  2. Squealing, squeaking or grinding noises when using your brakes.
  3. Wobbling, vibration or scraping when braking.
  4. Fluid leaks.
  5. Spongy or soft brake pedal.
  6. Car pulls to one side when braking.
  7. Burning smell while driving.  
  8. Bouncing up and down when you make a hard stop.

There are several factors that can determine how long your brakes will last, described below:

  • Style of driving – If you are an aggressive driver who brakes hard consistently, especially in stop-and-go town traffic, will notice their brake pads wearing out often. 
  • Weight of your vehicle – When a vehicle is manufactured, the stopping power of the brakes is calculated on the weight of the vehicle plus the passenger limits. However, if you overload your vehicle, you are significantly diminishing the effectiveness of your brakes, making it unsafe for driving. 
  • Quality of brake materials - Quality of the brake pad material is a primary determinant of how long your brakes will last. Ceramic pads are longer lasting but more expensive. Semi-metallic pads are less costly and don't last as long. 
  • Use of your vehicle – If the vehicle is used to pull heavy loads, driven mostly in mountainous terrain, or used to make frequent stop-and-go trips, the pads and rotors will wear down more quickly than on smooth, straight, and level roads where the brake does not have to be applied as often or as hard.

Need to know the signs of brakes going bad? Contact our ASE Certified Technicians at Cannon Auto Repair today for more information about brake service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Cannon Falls, MN and the surrounding areas.

Rich Udenberg
Cannon Auto RepairAuto Repair Shop in Cannon Falls, MN

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1709 Minnesota 20, Cannon Falls, MN 55009507-263-2120info@cannonautorepair.com
Mon:08:00am - 5:00pm
Tue:08:00am - 5:00pm
Wed:08:00am - 5:00pm
Thu:08:00am - 5:00pm
Fri:08:00am - 5:00pm
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
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