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If you have scheduled brake service for your vehicle on a regular basis, it is unlikely you will experience emergency brake failure. Unfortunately, even with routine service, brakes can wear out and fail, losing their ability to perform.

By knowing the issues that cause brakes to fail will help you understand how to take care of them. Here are some of the more common causes of brake problems:

  • Loss Of Brake Fluid Pressure -- If there is any type of leak in the brake line, caliper or wheel cylinder, there could be insufficient pressure in the brake line for the brakes to work properly.
  • Loss of Air Pressure – If the brake pedal goes all the way to the floor when it is depressed, it means the air pressure in the brake line could be the problem.
  • Rusty Brake Line -- A rusty steel brake line is something that can be found in older vehicles, especially if they have been exposed to years of moisture as well as salt on the roads. Once the line rusts, brake fluid can begin to leak.
  • Leak in ABS Modulator – If rust or dirt gets into the brake’s ABS modulator, it makes it difficult for its spring-loaded valve to close properly.
  • Power Brake Booster – If the power brake booster is faulty, the brake pedal will have to be pressed all the way to the floor to stop the car.
  • Water In Brake Fluid -- When brake fluid reaches a high temperature, water will vaporize into steam and the braking motion will not be transmitted to the vehicle’s wheels.
If you are wondering how to improve braking performance of your vehicle, call the brake repair expert at Rebel Automotive to schedule brake service now.
20
Apr
2018

If you have scheduled brake service for your vehicle on a regular basis, it is unlikely you will experience emergency brake failure. Unfortunately, even with routine service, brakes can wear out and fail, losing their ability to perform.

By knowing the issues that cause brakes to fail will help you understand how to take care of them. Here are some of the more common causes of brake problems:

  • Loss Of Brake Fluid Pressure -- If there is any type of leak in the brake line, caliper or wheel cylinder, there could be insufficient pressure in the brake line for the brakes to work properly.
  • Loss of Air Pressure – If the brake pedal goes all the way to the floor when it is depressed, it means the air pressure in the brake line could be the problem.
  • Rusty Brake Line -- A rusty steel brake line is something that can be found in older vehicles, especially if they have been exposed to years of moisture as well as salt on the roads. Once the line rusts, brake fluid can begin to leak.
  • Leak in ABS Modulator – If rust or dirt gets into the brake’s ABS modulator, it makes it difficult for its spring-loaded valve to close properly.
  • Power Brake Booster – If the power brake booster is faulty, the brake pedal will have to be pressed all the way to the floor to stop the car.
  • Water In Brake Fluid -- When brake fluid reaches a high temperature, water will vaporize into steam and the braking motion will not be transmitted to the vehicle’s wheels.
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Winter’s over, spring is here and summer is just around the corner! Your car will need some extra attention and service as summer's heat, dust, and stop-and-go traffic will take their toll on your vehicle. Add the effects of last winter, and you could be poised for a breakdown. You can lessen the odds of mechanical failure through timely car service and maintenance.

The service tips below will more than prepare your vehicle to provide you with dependable and safe transportation throughout the hot summer months:

Now is the time to learn how to prepare your car for summer. Take care of all the necessary car service items and have any automotive repair taken care of promptly.
06
Apr
2018

Winter’s over, spring is here and summer is just around the corner! Your car will need some extra attention and service as summer's heat, dust, and stop-and-go traffic will take their toll on your vehicle. Add the effects of last winter, and you could be poised for a breakdown. You can lessen the odds of mechanical failure through timely car service and maintenance.

The service tips below will more than prepare your vehicle to provide you with dependable and safe transportation throughout the hot summer months:

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It probably sounds “old school” when you hear the term “tune up” when referencing vehicle maintenance. Years ago, a “tune-up” simply meant having your vehicle serviced to keep it running at its best. With more sophisticated computer-controlled engines, a car diagnostic test is the efficient car tune-up today. The simple tune-up of yesterday might not be sufficient as a necessary element in car care. The fact is tune-ups are a vital part of vehicle maintenance and should never be overlooked. So to answer the question “Is a tune-up service still necessary?” “Yes!”

When reading through the owner’s manual of your vehicle, you will notice a number of service intervals. A typical service includes regular oil and filter changes and a tire rotation. Beyond that, the service intervals become more extensive as your vehicle accrues more mileage. A tune-up is identified as a major service and includes replacement of the spark plugs and spark plug wires. However, with newer vehicles, this is only necessary around 100k miles.

it is clear now that tune ups are still necessary to maintain your vehicle’s performance. When was the last time you had your car tuned up? If you've been noticing any issues with engine performance, then It may be time for a car tune up service.
21
Mar
2018

It probably sounds “old school” when you hear the term “tune up” when referencing vehicle maintenance. Years ago, a “tune-up” simply meant having your vehicle serviced to keep it running at its best. With more sophisticated computer-controlled engines, a car diagnostic test is the efficient car tune-up today. The simple tune-up of yesterday might not be sufficient as a necessary element in car care. The fact is tune-ups are a vital part of vehicle maintenance and should never be overlooked. So to answer the question “Is a tune-up service still necessary?” “Yes!”

When reading through the owner’s manual of your vehicle, you will notice a number of service intervals. A typical service includes regular oil and filter changes and a tire rotation. Beyond that, the service intervals become more extensive as your vehicle accrues more mileage. A tune-up is identified as a major service and includes replacement of the spark plugs and spark plug wires. However, with newer vehicles, this is only necessary around 100k miles.

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