No matter whether you drive a Mitsubishi SUV, sedan or crossover we have you covered at Don Robinson Mitsubishi. Based in St. Cloud, MN and serving the nearby communities of Waite Park, Sauk Rapids, Sartell, and St. Joseph, MN. Our friendly and talented staff will answer all your questions and are happy to perform any service necessary for your vehicle. For quality service from your friendly neighborhood dealership, let Don Robinson Mitsubishi earn your business today. Read on to learn more about the services we provide.
Brake Services Available at Don Robinson Mitsubishi
For quality service from your friendly neighborhood dealership, let Don Robinson Mitsubishi earn your business today. Our professional staff is trained to treat your vehicle like their own and are happy to answer any questions that you have. Read on to learn more about the services we provide.
When it comes to safely operating your vehicle, a brake system inspection is an absolute must. During this procedure, our factory-trained technicians will inspect the entirety of your braking system to ensure that there are no issues. While you are waiting for your inspection to be completed, take advantage of our comfortablewaiting area with vending machines, newspapers, magazines, and free Wi-Fi.
In order for your brakes to fully compress, there must be brake fluid as this liquid provides the necessary force for your brakes to work. Old brake fluid or not enough can cause the moving components within the braking system to not function correctly. During the braking system inspection, we'll be able to confidently inform you as to whether or not you need fluids replaced or topped off.
Given that brake rotors do not always wear down evenly, it is important to have them inspected at regular intervals to ensure that there is no damage. Depending on the severity of the damage to the rotors, you may have the option of having them resurfaced instead of replaced. During a brake rotor resurfacing, we use a special machine that removes enough of the damage to make the surface smooth again. Generally speaking, as long as there is enough thickness on the rotor and it is not warped or cracked than resurfacing is a viable option.
Replacing your brake pads is shown to mitigate costly repairs down the road while also improving the safety of your vehicle. How do you know when your brake pads need to be replaced? Often, the high-pitched squealing noise as you depress the brake pedal is a tell-tale sign that your brakes need to be inspected. Each time you depress the brake, the lining of the pad engages in a reaction that causes wear and tears from the friction. Depending on your driving style, you can expect your brake pads to last between 20,000 and 40,000 miles.