Are your brakes making a squeaking noise? Or are you not able to brake as fast? If you answered yes to either of those questions, it’s time for you to get your brakes replaced. Luckily for you, we offer brake service at our service department right here in Guam. Call us to schedule an appointment today.
No matter if you need your brakes serviced today or tomorrow, schedule your service appointment at Nissan/Infiniti Guam in Tamuning, Guam. Our team is full of Nissan/Infiniti-certified and ASE Master technicians. This means that you will receive the best service by a highly qualified team. Here at Nissan Guam we offer several services including oil changes, front end alignment, transmission flush and much more.
How often should you check your brakes?
It’s a good idea to get your brakes checked at regular intervals. It is recommended that you get your brakes replaced between every 20,000 to 60,000 miles. However, it’s good to get them expected every 10,000 miles due to driving factors. Mechanics also suggest getting them inspected every time you go in for an oil change. Another time to have them checked is when you go to get your tires rotated and balanced.
Signs you need new brake pads
Due to driving conditions or natural wearing down, you’ll most likely need to get your brakes changed before you hit the recommended interval. There are five signs to watch out for to know if your brakes need to be replaced. First sign is squeaking or squealing. The second sign is an indicator light turning on. Third sign is a deep grinding metal sign. The fourth sign is a vibrating brake pedal. The fifth sign is that your brake pads are less than a 0.25-inch thick.
What can happen if you don’t change your brakes?
If you don’t get your brakes changed regularly it can cause serious damage to your vehicle. What problems can it create? Bad brakes can lead to your tires become unbalanced or unaligned. Your braking system could overheat and fail if the brake pads get too low. Letting your brake pads too low can also damage the rotors and calipers. Replacing these parts can be very expensive. In a worst case scenario, your brakes could fail completely.