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Think about yourself and your passengers safety and put your car brakes on top of the list! Catch the warning signs before it's too late.

As part of your car's yearly routine maintenance it's important to check your brakes. The inspection should include wear on brake lining, brake fluid level, thickness of rotors, the condition of brake lines and hoses, brake and dashboard warning lights, as well as having your service technician take the car for a test drive to detect any other future brake system problems.
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Brake Service & Repair Denver
 6 warning signs your brakes need to be serviced:
  1. Out of the ordinary sound is usually a sign brakes have worn to the point they should be checked. Listen for a squealing or grinding noise.
  2. What is the feel of the brake pedal? Is it soft, spongy or mushy? This could be a sign that air has entered the brake system or your brake fluid is low.
  3. Does your car pull to the left or right when braking? This is a sign of excessive brake wear.
  4. Does the front end shake when you brake? This is also a sign of excessive brake wear.
  5. Is your brake fluid level topped off? If not, it could mean brake fluid is remaining at the wheel to fill the space caused by wear.
  6. Is there a dashboard warning light trying to tell you something?
Keep in mind:
  • Your car's wheels should be removed and have the brakes checked once a year by Certified Technician. 
  • An inspection usually includes the rotors, calipers, drums, pads, pistons and brake lines. 
  • Brake systems should be flushed and brake fluid replaced every two years.
  • Check your owner's manual or ask our Service Department to see what kind of brakes your car has and how they are adjusted.
  • Regardless of care, brakes should most likely be replaced every 20,000- 30,000 miles.
  • Mopar brake pads are made specifically for your make and model.
  • Aftermarket brake pads may be made of harder material that may result in extra wear to the rotors.
  • Mopar brake pads have been tested to perform their best for the safety of your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or Ram truck.
We use genuine Mopar parts on brake service and repair which are consistent with your make and model.

Service Hours

  • Monday 07:00AM - 06:00PM
  • Tuesday 07:00AM - 06:00PM
  • Wednesday 07:00AM - 06:00PM
  • Thursday 07:00AM - 06:00PM
  • Friday 07:00AM - 06:00PM
  • Saturday 08:00AM - 05:00PM
  • Sunday Closed


Larry H. Miller Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram 104th

1800 W 104th Ave
Directions Thornton, CO 80234-3602

  • Sales: 3038354234
  • Service: 844-722-3098
  • Parts: 844-721-8925
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