The brake lines in your vehicle are what connect your hydraulic brake fluid system to the brake calipers that are on the wheels which perform the stopping when you press the brake pedal. They are a very intricate and important piece of the braking system and need to be looked at and addressed if there are any problems. When you bring your vehicle into DeBoer’s Auto, we will always inspect your brake lines so you will have peace of mind knowing yours are in good shape or need attention.
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What You Need To Know About Your Vehicle’s Brake Lines
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Putting your safety first... Brakes and Rotors
If you are hearing a grinding or squealing noise when you apply pressure on your brakes, this is a common symptom of worn-out or faulty brakes. These noises are obvious and pretty recognizable, which is a good thing: they alert you that it's time to have your vehicle checked out as soon as possible. Other indications of a faulty brake system in need of attention if you are feel a vibration in your brake pedal or the steering wheel, or if your vehicle pulls in one direction or the other while engaging the brakes.