Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Brake Repair Denver, CO

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.

Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge & Ram brake service & repair - serving Denver, Thornton, Golden, Boulder & Aurora

Importance of Brakes

Factory Brakes
Factory brake pads are made specifically for your make and model. Aftermarket brake pads may be made of a harder material which will result in premature wear to the rotors. Compared to factory brake pads that will not produce squeaks and squeals that aftermarket pads will have. Factory brake pads have also been tested by the manufacturer to perform best for the safety of your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram vehicle.

Lower-cost brake pads and rotors may be made of low-quality metal and improperly heat treated. If inferior quality components are used, they will not allow the vehicle's brakes to operate within the design criteria. Stopping distances may even increase. For example, if a vehicle is designed to go from 60 mph to 0 mph in 230 feet, when low quality parts are installed that distance can increase to 280 feet or more. This could mean the difference between no accident and a serious accident.
Common Warning Signs of Brake Trouble
  • Squealing or grinding noises during braking
  • Poor braking problem (hard to stop the car)
  • Pulling to one side, or "grabbing"
  • Loss of brake pedal
  • Pulsation of the brake pedal during braking
  • Clicking noises during braking
  • Excessive drag during acceleration ("Anchor Away" Syndrome)
  • Lit ABS light for the anti lock brakes

What is Done During a Brake Pad Replacement
  • Install new brake pads
  • Resurface rotors
  • Lube caliper slides
  • Inspect brake components

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.

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  1. Larry H. Miller Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram 104th

    1800 W 104th Ave
    Thornton, CO 80234-3602

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  • Monday07:00AM - 06:00PM
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