Symptoms Associated with a Brake System Defect: 

  • Brake system warning light is on
  • Annoying noises while braking
  • Leaking brake fluid
  • Burning smell
  • Brake pedal feels softer or harder than before

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Routine Brake System Service is Crucial Maintenance

At Awesome Ford, our Certified Technicians understand the value of routine brake system service for two fundamental reasons - First, Brake System performance is a safety issue because powerful stopping can help prevent a collision; and Secondly, Brake System Performance is deeply correlated to drive and ride comfort inside the cabin. There's nothing quite as annoying as the noises produced from a defective brake system component, and not to mention the distress that stems from the noise knowing that a vital safety system has compromised performance. It is for these reasons that Brake System Fluid Exchange and Flush Service at Awesome Ford is a convenient means of gaining peace of mind about the brake system's performance as well as your passengers' safety. Schedule a Brake System Fluid Exchange and Flush Service today at Awesome Ford, and we'll have one of our Certified Technicians do everything necessary to restore the brake system to peak stopping power and performance. When the service is complete, you'll drive away with a smile and peace of mind that your vehicle's brake system adequate stopping power with maximum safety.

Symptoms of a Brake System Problem

Problems in the brake system usually come with inherent warning signs. If you are experiencing any symptoms of faulty brake system performance, the best response is to schedule a Brake System Fluid Exchange and Flush Service at Awesome Ford. The Signs of a faulty brake system are noted above!

Awesome Ford Service Specials

What's Included in Brake System Fluid Exchange and Flush Service?

The service is both comprehensive, thorough, and flexible in terms of doing everything necessary to restore peak brake system performance at factory specifications. Our Certified Technician will inspect and lube the brake calipers, inspect the brake pads for wear, and clean the dust from the shoes and pads. Once the brake system is in good physical condition, the technician will then perform the brake fluid flush that removes every drop of old brake fluid from the lines using a power-flush instrument and system purging solution. Once removed, the new brake fluid will be installed within a clean brake system. A test is then completed to ensure the brake system is performing at factory specifications. 

Service Hours

  • Monday 7:30am - 5:30pm
  • Tuesday 7:30am - 5:30pm
  • Wednesday 7:30am - 5:30pm
  • Thursday 7:30am - 5:30pm
  • Friday 7:30am - 5:30pm
  • Saturday 7:30am - 4:30pm
  • Sunday 7:30am - 4:30pm