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At Cutter Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Fiat in Honolulu, HI, we are ready to take care of all of your vehicle maintenance and repair needs. If you need front brake pad replacement, our service center is conveniently located for residents of Honolulu, Kaneohe, Maunawili, Waimanalowe and the surrounding towns. While front pads last about 45,000 miles, they can wear out earlier because of your driving habits. In our service center, we use OEM Mopar brake pads for your brake pad replacement in Honolulu. If you notice a problem with your brakes, it’s time to have your brakes inspected by a professional.
Your brakes might start to squeal, or take more time to slow down your vehicle than normal. If you hear a grinding noise, your brake pads are gone, and you need a front brake pad replacement or rear brake pad replacement, depending on which pads are worn out. Front brake pads are replaced more often because they take on 75% of the stopping power of your vehicle. You can get your brakes inspected while you wait in our comfortable waiting room, and a technician will let you know what is going on with your brakes before they are serviced.
Front brake pad replacement in Honolulu is important when you want to keep your vehicle safe while driving. Any sign that your brakes are having a problem should be addressed right away. Your brakes can start off by squealing sometimes, as this is the brake pad starting to wear out. When you hear a grinding noise, you can damage your rotors and cause problems with your brakes that are more expensive to repair than front brake pad replacement. Drop your vehicle off for the day when you need brake services, or enjoy our customer lounge for your convenience.
Your brake pads should be inspected roughly every other time you bring your vehicle in for an oil change. A technician looks over your brake system, inspecting the rotors, brake pads, brake fluid levels, and drums. A brake fluid leak can make it harder to stop your vehicle. Eventually, if your brake system runs out of fluid, your brake system is going to fail. Bring your vehicle in for a brake inspection whenever your brakes are not working like normal to avoid an emergency situation.