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Brake Repair and Services

See below for videos on how braking systems work.


Free Brake Flush with Brake Pad and Rotor Replacement

We know that brake flushes are important, extend the life of your braking system, and ensure optimal and safe braking. So, to help our community with this service, we are including it at no additional cost with any brake pad and rotor replacement scheduled before February 29th.

To learn more about a vehicle's braking system and what brake flushes do, see the "How Brake Systems Work" video below.
*Appointment must be scheduled by February 29th. Service must take place within 2 months of scheduling. Cannot be combined with any other offer.

Brake Services

Airpark Auto Pros offers top-notch brake repair and service on almost all vehicle makes and models. Our team of experienced technicians use only state-of-the-art measurememt and diagnostic equipment to ensure that your vehicle's brake system will be serviced and cared for accordingly. We invite you to visit our auto repair shop for a free brake fluid and brake system inspection so that you drive worry-free. Our skilled technicians will inspect all major components of your vehicle’s brake system, including calipers, pads, rotors, and hardware, and provide you with a detail inspection report with photos and video of problem areas, explainer videos, detail explanations, and reccomendations. 

Brake Repairs

The common symptoms of faulty brake system include a feeling that the brakes pull when you push the pedal, a pulsing sensation in the brake pedal, a grinding sound, or wheels coated with brake dust. Our auto repair shop specializes in brake repair and service. We can diagnose and repair a wide variety of brake problems efficiently and quickly.

Some of our most common repairs include:

  • Replacing brake rotors
  • Brake pad replacement
  • Repairing a faulty anti-lock braking system (ABS)
  • Servicing of hydraulics (Master Cylinders, hoses and calipers)
  • Brake fluid replacement and brake flush
  • Brake system lubrication (caliper slides, etc)
  • Eliminating brake squeeling and squeaking

Brake Inspections

Automotive experts suggest that you should undergo a brake system inspection at least once a year or every 12,000 miles. Our certified mechanics will inspect all of the major components of your vehicle's brake system, including the drums, pads, rotors, shoes, and linings and give you an evaluation of the current condition of the system. We will recommend replacements or repairs, only if needed, to maintain and improve the performance of your vehicle based on this inspection. You will be provided with a detail inspection report with photos and video of problem areas, explainer videos, detail explanations, and reccomendations. 

Brake Fluid Checks

When was the last time you had your brake fluid inspected by a professional technician? In order to stay safe, let our experienced and skillful technicians inspect your vehicle's brake fluid before you hit the road. We’ll evaluate the current condition of your brake fluid and, if needed, replace the old fluid with upgraded fluid that will not only meet but surpass the manufacturer's recommendations.

Brake Basics


Brake Fluid Flushes


How Brake Systems Work (detailed)