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Kia Brakes Services at Kia of Lincolnwood

Get the quality brake service or brake repair you need at Kia of Lincolnwood in Lincolnwood, IL today. Our certified technicians have the knowledge, experience, and tools to handle any brake job big or small at a price you can afford! Whether you are looking for a brake inspection, new brake pads, or a brake repair job; our team is here to help! Keep reading to learn more about the importance of regular brake maintenance, what a brake inspection includes, how to tell if you need new brake pads, and more. After you’ve done your research, schedule brake service online today or contact us at 847-929-9945 if you have any additional questions.

Importance of Routine Brake Maintenance

Brakes are just as vital as they are complex, that’s why it is important to get your brake pads and components checked once a year or during your next oil change by a certified Kia technician. We want to make sure you always have the stopping power and braking confidence you need before it’s too late. At Kia of Lincolnwood, we have the right parts, tools, and certified-trained technicians to take care of all your brake needs at a competitive price and in a timely manner. Our certified service center has stocked inventory of OEM Kia brake parts in addition to manufacturer-recommended Kia brake pads.

Service Technician Working on Brakes

Brake Pads Wear Warning Signs

Review the most common warning signs of a brake pad or component problem to ensure you are always driving safely. If you notice any of the following signs below, immediately contact us to set up an appointment and to make sure your vehicle is still safe enough to drive. Brake pads wear warning signs include:

  • Vehicle needs more time or distance to stop
  • Grinding or squealing noises
  • Vibrations or pulsations when braking
  • Spongy or soft brake pedal
  • Alignment is off
  • Slow brake pedal response
Brake Inspection

Brake Inspections

At Kia of Lincolnwood, your safety is our top priority. That’s why we offer free brake inspections with every visit to our qualified service center. Our dedicated team of certified Kia technicians will thoroughly inspect all your brake components, brake pads, and brake fluid lines for signs of wear and tear. Our comprehensive brake inspection includes:

  • Checking for even wear and measuring brake pad/shoe thickness
  • Ensuring brake lines and master and wheel cylinders aren’t leaking
  • Checking rotors for hot spots and run-outs
  • Inspecting calipers for wear, fluid leaks, and movement
  • Checking anti-lock brake sensors
  • Testing hardware and making necessary adjustments
  • Checking brake fluid condition and levels
Brake Repair and Replacement

Brake Pad Replacement

Brake pads are designed to wear over time to not damage your vehicle’s brake rotor.
So depending on your brake inspection results, it may be time for new brake pads. We have the tools, parts, and knowledge to replace your brake pads in no time at all. And if you’re interested in inspecting your brake pads yourself, a few things to look out for includes:

  • Listen for the metal fibers squealing
  • Review brake calipers and rotors for wear or damage
  • Ensure brake pads aren’t ¼” thick or less
Brake Fluid Service

Why Service at Kia of Lincolnwood?

At Kia of Lincolnwood, we are ready and equipped to handle all your automotive needs in a safe and timely manner. When you choose to service with us, you’re guaranteed competitive, up-front pricing, quality service and repairs, convenient service appointments, and service specials as well. Additional reasons to choose Kia of Lincolnwood for your next service or repair includes:

  • Qualified service technicians
  • Genuine OEM parts
  • Order parts online
  • Schedule service online

Brake Service FAQs

You can tell if you need new brake pads if you hear grinding or squealing noise or experience vibrations or pulsations when braking, spongy or soft brake pedal, alignment is off, or slow brake pedal response.

A brake inspection includes: inspecting for even wear, checking brake fluid levels, measuring brake pad/shoe thickness, checking for any leaks in the brake line, inspecting calipers for wear, fluid leaks, and movement, checking anti-lock brake sensors, and testing hardware and making necessary adjustments.

Brake fluid is essential to transferring the movement and force created when you press down on the brake pedal. New brake fluid is necessary to make sure your brakes are getting the responsiveness necessary to stock on-demand.

Depending on your driving habits, brake pads should be replaced at least every 50,000 miles.

OEM stands for “Original Equipment Manufacturer”, these parts are made by the manufacturer and are backed by a warranty.

Vibrating brakes occur usually due to warped rotors.

At Kia of Lincolnwood, we offer warranty-backed repairs and maintenance, only use OEM parts, and offer parts and labor coupons.

Kia of Lincolnwood is located at: 6750 N Lincoln Ave • Lincolnwood, IL 60712
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