Ogden Brake Repair

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The braking system is one that requires routine maintenance in order to ensure proper function. As the most important safety feature in your car, there is a lot riding on your brakes which is why we take them seriously. We provide superior service as well as valuable insights to car owners so they can stay safe on the road. If you suspect you may have an issue with your brakes, bring your car into Master Muffler Ogden for an inspection today.

Look to us for your Brake Needs

Whether your brakes are worn and squealing or just need a tune-up, let us fix your brakes. We’ll have you safely on the road in no time.

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We Are Braking System Experts

A vehicle’s braking system is complex, recruiting the help of several different components. When there is a braking issue, the brake pads aren’t always to blame. Here are some other parts that we will check as part of our comprehensive brake inspection.

  • Master Cylinder
  • Brake Rotors/Drums
  • Brake Pads
  • Brake Calipers/Shoes
  • Brake Booster
  • ABS Module
  • Brake Lines
  • Brake Fluid Levels

How Brakes Work

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Most modern vehicles have a hydraulic braking system. This means that fluid is used as a mechanism to transfer force from one part of the vehicle to another. When the driver applies pressure to the brake pedal, the force is magnified several times by mechanical leverage. The force is then further amplified by the brake booster.

A piston then moves into the master cylinder and squeezes hydraulic (brake) fluid out of the end. This fluid is forced around the entire braking system through a network of lines and hoses until the pressure reaches the wheel. At this point, friction is created between the brake pads and rotors, bringing the vehicle to a stop.

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Brakes are one of the most important safety features on your vehicle and they are in constant use. Utah has extreme seasonal changes, so it is imperative to make sure your brakes are always in great shape. If you aren’t sure how to check your brakes, then bring them into us for a full inspection. Whether your brakes are making sounds or you’re just trying to get ready for the coming seasons: We’ll make sure you’re taken care of.

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