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Mazda drivers in Stephens City, Front Royal, Strasburg, and Berryville, VA, choose us for certified brake service quality. Our certified technicians have a thorough understanding of the Mazda braking system with extensive direct experience performing our full brake service menu for vehicles just like yours. We complete every brake service with genuine Mazda OEM parts to factory specifications. We publish regularly updated specials that allow customers to pay less for certified Mazda brake service. Continue reading about certified Mazda brake services and schedule what you need today at Beyer Mazda in Winchester, VA.
The braking system generates resistance to forward momentum by clamping high-friction brake pads onto the rotors attached to the wheels. Creating such intense friction and heat leads to braking component depreciation. Brake system inspections are necessary to identify components due for maintenance and safety. Brake inspections are recommended at specific intervals detailed in the owner’s manual or anytime you notice braking problems, such as taking longer to stop, screeching noise, or a dashboard warning light. Mazda drivers choose us for brake inspections because our certified technicians understand the system inside and out.
Brake pads are a high-friction metal composite held by a steel plate. They create stopping power when clamped into the rotors and wear down gradually. Brake pads that measure 3mm are due for replacement. Brake pads often wear down at variable rates when positioned at the front or rear axle due to variable load-bearing, but that’s not a guarantee. We provide replacement service as needed for the front, rear, or all brake pads.
Brake fluid transfers energy through the braking system. It is an excellent hydraulic that’s limited by a hygroscopic tendency; it readily absorbs moisture that can boil into vapor and compress. Brake fluid’s moisture-absorbing limitation explains why it should be exchanged every 2-3 years regardless of miles.
Rotors are attached to the wheels and have a flat disc area where brake pads create stopping resistance. The disc needs to be as flat as possible to create maximum resistance. Resurfacing service removes minor disc blemishes and restores flatness. Rotors with excessive depreciation, such as deep grooving or warping, are replaced.
Mazda owners schedule brake service by phone during service department hours or online service scheduling at any time with 2-3 available minutes. Remember to consider transportation requirements when scheduling service and plan for a courtesy shuttle ride or loaner vehicle if needed.
Beyer Mazda, Valley Pike, Winchester, VA, USA