From drum brakes to disc brakes, rotors and calipers, to pads and shoes, the highly qualified technicians at Mr. Lube know well your brake system and can execute brake pad replacements and brake inspections on almost every model of the vehicle. This includes models prepared with ABS, otherwise known as an Anti-Lock Braking System so that you can drive with more confidence and Leave Worry Behind®.
It’s an excellent idea to have your vehicle’s brakes inspected every twelve thousand (12,000) miles or about once a year. A Mr. Lube technician will perform an inspection of the vehicle’s brake system’s linings and other components (key components) and provide you with a printed evaluation, including a detailed analysis of the findings. Service recommendations are based on your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations as well as the condition of the brake components which impact the system performance.
If your vehicle’s brakes require service then you’ve come to the correct place. We have certified brake technicians who perform or oversee every Brake Repair of your vehicle. They’ll make sure that your brakes are repaired in accordance with your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations, including all replacement spare parts like hardware, pads and if necessary drums and/or rotors.
Your Mr. Lube Technician can inform you whether a brake fluid exchange is required due for your vehicle, based the manufacturer’s recommendations of your vehicle. If it is, our technician will eliminate the old fluid and replace it with brand new fluid that exceeds or meets your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.

Please note: Not all Mr. Lube service center offer all Brake Services. Please call ahead to ensure the service is available.
Signs or Symptoms Your Vehicle Needs Brake Services:
  • #1 The brake pedal goes to the floor and/or requires excess pressure
  • #2 The brake pedal responds slowly and feels "spongy"
  • #3 Your vehicle requires longer distances to stop than it used to
  • #4 Your vehicle pulls to one side when you apply the brakes
  • #5 You hear grinding or squealing when you apply the brakes
  • #6 The brake warning light on your dashboard comes on and stays on
  • #7 You’re near or past the number of miles your vehicle’s manufacturer recommends between brake fluid exchanges
  • #8 It’s been over a year or 12,000 miles since the last time your brakes were inspected
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