At University Auto Repair, we place the utmost emphasis on the safety and dependability of your vehicle’s brakes. When it comes to brakes, there’s no room for second best. Our ASE Certified Technicians are highly skilled and possess extensive experience in delivering the finest brake services in Moscow, Idaho. We go above and beyond by exclusively using parts that meet or surpass the manufacturer’s stringent specifications. Furthermore, we take the necessary time to ensure that we get the job right on the first attempt. This level of dedication is standard practice with every brake service we undertake at University Auto Repair, ensuring that you can have complete confidence in a brake system that you and your family can trust implicitly.
Our professional ASE Certified Technicians provide the following brake services and repairs:
- Thorough testing and inspection to identify issues such as pulling, noises, fading, or other braking concerns.
- ABS system testing, servicing, or repair.
- Comprehensive disc brake service.
- Complete drum brake service.
- Replacement of wheel cylinders and calipers, if required.
- Master cylinder evaluation and service.
- Parking brake maintenance.
- Drum brake examination.
- Inspection and maintenance of brake rotors and drums, including machining when necessary.
- Assessment and servicing of power boosters.
- Brake fluid flush and service.
$25 Off Brake Repair ↗
This offer cannot be combined with other discounts or promotions. It is applicable to most vehicles. Additional charges may apply for shop supplies, taxes, and extended diagnostic services.
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If you have any questions about the services you require or anticipate needing for your vehicle, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. We’re here to assist you.
If you are encountering any of the following symptoms with your brakes, it’s crucial to have them promptly inspected at University Auto Repair:
- Disturbing noises (e.g., squealing, screeching, or grinding) when applying the brake pedal.
- Vibration during braking.
- Vehicle pulling or grabbing when you brake.
- Brake pedal feels soft or spongy, or you need to pump it for proper function.
- Brake pedal gradually sinking lower to the floor.
- Increased response time when you engage the brakes (a concerning sign).
Contact us today to schedule your brake service appointment.