Brake Repair – Albuquerque
At No Worries Complete Auto & A/C Service LLC of Albuquerque, we provide brake service and repair along with all other auto repair needs. We have a brand new state of the art brake lathe made by Bosch, which is used to resurface the rotors or drums on your vehicle. This is important to you because the smooth surface we create makes the brake system slow your vehicle down without the shuttering in the brake pedal. This shuddering is actually the momentary loss of brake pressure every time your tire makes a complete turn.
Brake performance and safety are greatly improved when the rotors and drums are machined by a brake lathe like we have. Brakes are not a joking matter. If you have brake problems, they should be fixed, plain and simple, so bring them to us today for brake repair in Albuquerque. We are honest with you and will gladly show you the brakes right on your car and explain everything to you! We do not hide inside our shop. We want you to see that we are honest, and invite you back to look underneath your car with us! We are the original masters of brakes. And no we don’t do just brakes, we do everything! Complete auto repair, maintenance, service, fleet, and all right here in Albuquerque No Worries Complete Auto & A/C Service LLC!
- Noise- Grinding, squeaking, rumbling, when you apply the brakes
- Pulsating in the brake pedal or steering wheel
- Shaking of the vehicle when stopping
- Roughness or waves in the rotors or drums
- Brake pads below recommended thickness
- Rotors or drums below recommended thickness
- Soft pedal when pushing it
- Pedal bottoms out when pushing and vehicle takes too long to stop
- Free Brake Inspection on most cars and trucks
- Machining of brake rotors and drums included with brake service
- Quality Brake pads and shoes
- If you don’t need a repair, we won’t try and sell you one! You can trust us and refer us!
- You push the brake pedal and hydraulic fluid (Brake Fluid) is sent to all 4 wheels
- The pressure of the fluid activates the friction material through usage or a caliper or wheel cylinder
- The friction material rubs onto the rotating surface of the rotor or drum
- This friction is what stops the vehicle
Calipers: The caliper resembles a clamp that fits over the rotor and houses both the brake pads and the pistons. The brake caliper is responsible for slowing down the tire by applying friction to the rotor.
Brake Lines: Brake lines transfer the power your foot applies to the brake pedal to the brakes themselves by moving braking fluid from the master cylinder to the brake calipers.
Rotors: Also called brake disks, the rotors are the metal disk component in which the calipers and pads clamp down on in order to slow or stop the wheel from spinning.
Drums: The brake drums are typically found on the rear wheels of a vehicle and they rotate with the wheel and axle. A set of brake pads press against the inner surface of the drum when the driver presses on the brake pedal.
Pads: The brake pads are housed inside the brake caliper and apply direct friction to the rotor. When the brake pedal is pushed, the caliper squeezes the two pads together against the spinning rotor in order to slow or stop the vehicle.
Shoes: The brake shoes are essentially two crescent-
shaped pieces of steel welded together. They carry the brake lining in the drum brakes so that when the brake is applied, the shoe can apply friction to the inside of the drum.
Shims: Brake shims are adhesive pads made out of rubber or titanium. They fit in between the brake pads and rotor to help eliminate brake noise such as squealing, squeaking, or rattling due to small imperfections that occur naturally over time.
Call us or bring your car in today for Albuquerque brake repair!