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Our Toyota service center in Kenosha, WI, is the premier opportunity for local Toyota owners to get comprehensive brake system maintenance offering certified quality. We employ factory-trained and certified technicians who understand hydraulic brake system services through extensive hands-on experience. We complete brake services with genuine OEM parts. Be sure to review the current specials for matching savings when scheduling your next brake service at Kenosha Toyota.
Toyota’s hydraulic braking system creates friction at the rotors attached to the wheels. Pressing the brake pedal activates the master cylinder pump that transfers amplified force through the brake fluid into the calipers. Calipers have pistons that clamp brake pads onto the rotors. The intense friction between the brake pads and rotors is contrary to forward momentum and can stop vehicles quickly when at peak performance. Hydraulic braking requires several components susceptible to performance reduction and maintenance at the specified miles or when worn.
Regular brake system inspections provide Toyota owners with the depreciation details needed for prompt component maintenance. We recommend choosing us for your Toyota’s routine maintenance to get a complimentary inspection. A brake system diagnosis provides problem identification and a repair recommendation after drivers notice pulling toward one side when braking, eardrum-piercing noises near the wheels, the brake pedal feeling different, or dashboard warning light.
Brake fluid has excellent hydraulic properties, but it collects moisture that can boil and compress within the lines. Getting brake fluid exchange service every 2-3 years promotes reliable hydraulic performance.
Front and rear brake pads wear down and require replacement when measuring no less than 3-4mm. Brake pads often wear down at variable rates due to different friction at the front versus rear axle. An inspection reveals if your Toyota needs front, rear, or all brake pads replaced.
The ideal brake rotors have a flat face with maximum surface area creating friction, but the rotor surfaces can become compromised with cracks and grooves over time. Resurfacing removes minor blemishes while restoring a smooth surface. Rotors with excessive wear and tear require replacement.
Toyota drivers can schedule brake service appointments online or by phone. Every brake service includes a complimentary multi-point vehicle inspection and car wash. We look forward to servicing your vehicle soon.