Dodge Brake Service Near Sacramento

It shouldn't be a surprise, but the brake system in your car is a vital to your safety, so don't wait to get them checked out or fixed. Our Sacramento area Dodge service center can help you in many ways. Whether you need a brake inspection or new brake pads, our highly trained professionals are determined to give you quality work and get you back on the road as soon as possible.

Directions:

  • Head south on 9th St toward J St
  • Turn left onto J St
  • Turn left at the 1st cross street onto 10th St
  • Turn left onto I St
  • Use the right 2 lanes to turn right to merge onto I-5 N/State Hwy 99 N toward Redding/Yuba City
  • Merge onto I-5 N/State Hwy 99 N
  • Keep left to continue on I-5 N, follow signs for Interstate 5/Woodland/Redding
  • Take exit 537 for Main St S toward CA-113 S/Woodland
  • Continue onto Main St

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"This was by far the best truck buying experience I had ever had. I will probably never purchase a vehicle from any other dealer as long as they keep up their incredible service." - Yelp.com user

Is It Time For New Brakes?

Your car's brake system has an important job-bringing your vehicle to a safe stop.  Yet many drivers often put off brake inspection and service for longer than they should.  Your vehicle's brake system is in constant use and as a result, constantly going through wear and tear. If Dodge drivers near Sacramento notice any of these warning signs, it's time to get your brake system checked out.

  • A grinding sound. If you hear this coming from the brakes, it's a telltale sign that the brake pads are worn out and need replacing.  Worn out brake pads greatly reduces the stopping power and effectiveness of your car's brake system.
  • The brake pedal responds differently. This is a sure sign that something is wrong. When you apply the brakes, it may feel soft or spongy, or could be altogether difficult to push down.  In either of these situations, you may also notice your vehicle pulling to one side when you brake; this is because the calipers have worn down unevenly.
  • Vibrations. If you feel vibrations through the pedal or steering wheel, it's a sign that your brakes have heated up too much and is indicative of serious problems with the rotor.
  • A bad odor. If you apply the brakes and there's a bad odor, it means your brake system is not working properly and may be about to fail. Overheated brake pads lead to unreliable braking patterns, so it's especially important to get your brake system checked out if you notice a bad smell.
  • Warning light. There's a reason a car's warning light comes on and if it does, don't ignore it!

If you have noticed any one of these warning signs, make sure you bring your vehicle to Hoblit Dodge immediately. There's no reason to wait when it comes to brake problems, so let our experts help you. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be sure to give you quality service. With the tools and training our staff has, servicing your Dodge has never been easier.

To schedule a service appointment at our Dodge service center serving Sacramento, give us a call at (877) 443-0983 today!

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