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Having brake trouble? Need new brakes? Our local team of mechanics at JK Auto has got you covered. Brakes are a major component to every vehicle and routine maintenance and service should never be forgone.

Whether you need brand new brakes, replacement parts, or aren’t sure are need some troubleshooting, trust the local mechanics at JK Auto to help.

If You Need Brake Services Near Southampton

If you need brakes installed near Southampton give us a call. We’d be happy to provide a free estimate to fix or replace your brakes. Then, our team will use only top-of-the-line parts to professionally install them to make sure your vehicles safe and get you back on the road.

If you need new calipers, rotors, or brake pads, we’ll inspect each part of your cars braking system and replace what’s causing the issue.

If you’re not sure exactly what’s wrong with your car’s brakes, we’ve got you covered. Our guys will troubleshoot any braking problems you’re having and recommend the best solution.

We promise to be honest and up front with you. We’ll give you options and recommendations for how to fix your brake problems… it’s why so many customers trust us and why we’ve received so many amazing reviews on Google.

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A few common brake problems we see…

Squeaking, Squealing, Or Other Odd Noises

Never ignore this issue. We recommend giving our Southampton brake repair guys a call right away. This is generally a tell-tale sign of wear and tear on your brakes. It could cause major problems if not addressed quickly.

Vibration When Braking

When you apply the brakes, do you feel wobbling or vibration in your steering wheel? This could be the sign of an uneven rotor. If this is happening on your car, we recommend seeing one of our brake repair mechanics right away. Usually, the solution involves repairing or replacing your brake rotors. In some cases, you may need brand new rotor installation. Either way, we’d be happy to take a look to inspect your brakes to solve this issue for you.

Brake Light Is On

There could be a few reasons for your brake light to come on. It is possible that this could just mean you’re due for an inspection. In some instances, it means your car is telling you there’s an issue with your brakes. Of course, if there is something wrong with your brakes you’ll want to be sure to get it fixed right away.

If you do have your brake light come on and you’re in the area, please give us a call. We’ll look into the issue to find out exactly what your brake problem is. Once we’ve identified what’s going on, we’ll provide a free estimate to get your brakes fixed right away.

Leaking Brake Fluid

 If you noticed your brakes or brake lines are leaking fluid you probably have an issue with your brakes lines. Often, your brake lines will need to be repaired or replaced. Our local brake mechanics will identify the source of the leak, flush the brake lines, perform the necessary repairs and get you on your way.

Keep in mind that not all brake leaks are visibly apparent. You won’t always see the brake fluid actually leaking. Sometimes, the best way to spot signs of a leak in your brake line is if your brakes do not kick in (or barely kick in) even when you press the brake pedal in all the way.

This is because without the hydraulic fluid to apply pressure through the brake line, there may not be enough force applied for the brake pads to clamp the rotors.

It’s important to keep in mind that not all brake leaks are visible. If you’re pressing on your brake pedal hard enough and your vehicle is still too slow-to-stop, call our brake mechanics today for a free estimate for brake repair.

“Soft” Brake Pedal

Are you noticing when you push the brake pedal down it seems to go “all the way to the floor”? This is not a good sign. This could mean you have a leak, an issue with the master cylinder, air or moisture in the braking system, or a handful or other issues.

Regardless of the issue, it should be taken care of right away – it’s a sign you probably need immediate service.

Other Brake Problems

A few other problems with brakes that our mechanics see are things like…

  • Grinding noises when you apply the brake
  • Your car pulls to one side or the other when you brake
  • Burning smell or funny odor when driving
  • Hard stops / stopping short

Common Solutions For Brake Repair Nearby

If your brakes are in good enough condition, we’ll repair or replace what’s there to get you back on the road. If not, we’ll simply install brand new brakes to make sure your vehicle stops like as it did the day it came off the showroom floor.

A few of our brake services include…

  • Brake pads
  • Rotors
  • Installing new brakes
  • Brake fluid exchange
  • Brake inspections
  • Shoe replacement
  • Brake line replacement
  • Master cylinders
  • Line bleeding

Our brake repairs in Southampton are done by a trusted, local team of mechanics. Joe, the owner at JK Auto, personally oversees all brake repairs and replacements to ensure peace of mind. On top of our own guarantee, all parts & services are backed by a nation-wide NAPA Warranty.

If you need brake repair in Southampton, Medford, Tabernacle, Lumberton, or the surrounding area, give us a call! We’d be happy to provide a completely free estimate for you brakes.