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Ford Brake Repair & Replacement In Phoenix, AZ

Ford Brake Repair & Replacement In Phoenix, AZ

Schedule Brake Service Service Specials

If your vehicle shows signs of brake wear, it’s important to schedule Ford brake service immediately. The brakes on your car, SUV, or truck are an essential safety system that helps you slow to a stop at red lights and also react quickly to sudden obstacles. If you don’t remember when your Ford model is due for its next brake service, or you want to know when you need new brakes, please contact our service department. We can look up your vehicle’s service history and advise you accordingly.

Signs You Need Ford Brake Repair

Signs You Need Ford Brake Repair

There are several warnings your car needs brake repair. Five of the most common indicators your brake pads are worn and need to be replaced include:

  • Your car is slow to stop
  • Vibration in the brake pedal
  • Your brake pedal feels squishy or spongy
  • Squealing when you press the brakes
  • Your car pulls to one side when stopping

If your vehicle is exhibiting any of the symptoms of bad brake pads and rotors, call our Ford service department for brake repair and new Ford brake fluid.

Drivers choose the Bell Ford brake center because we rely on genuine Ford auto parts and factory-approved components. Along with being specifically designed for your vehicle, OEM auto parts are built with the same level of attention to detail and quality as the parts that originally came on your model and are designed to last.

Ford Brake Replacement Specials and Discounts

Ford Brake Replacement Specials and Discounts

To help you save on your Ford brake service cost, our department offers regular brake repair coupons and service specials. Before you purchase new Ford brake pads or call to schedule a Ford battery service, be sure to check out our current discounts on auto repair.

Our menu of oil change coupons and auto repair specials is constantly changing, so check back regularly. If you’re scheduling a tire rotation or tune-up, see if there’s a Ford repair coupon on our website you’d like to use. We can install new windshield wiper blades or a new cabin air filter while our specialists repair your Ford brakes.

Schedule Your Ford Brake Service in Phoenix, AZ

If your vehicle is showing signs brake repair is needed, or it’s been a while since your last brake service, you can schedule your next service appointment through our website or by calling our dealership during business hours. Our associates are waiting to assist you.

Replacing worn brake pads is typically a quick appointment. It is also an excellent time to rotate the tires or replace any ones past their prime.

Getting preventative maintenance before the brake service indicator light comes on in your Ford vehicle or you feel vibrations when braking is also beneficial for avoiding issues. Therefore, if you know you are going to be taking a long road trip, see us at Bell Ford.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much should a full brake service at Bell Ford cost?

The cost of a full brake service at Bell Ford varies depending on the vehicle, the condition of the brakes we’re servicing, and the parts we install. A vehicle that needs new brake pads and rotors is generally more expensive than brake pad replacement alone. If you would like a brake repair estimate, please get in touch with our dealership. Our service department can tell you more about brake repair pricing.

When should I have my brakes checked?

We typically recommend having the brakes checked on your Ford vehicle at least twice a year. When you choose our Ford service department for an auto repair, our technicians will perform a multi-point inspection with every oil change and tire rotation. The inspection includes a brake pad and rotor check. If your Ford model is due for brake repair, we can perform the needed fixes on the spot.

How long do brakes usually last?

How long brakes last on a vehicle depends on several factors. Ford car brakes typically last between 25,000 and 60,000 miles, depending on your driving habits and how well you maintain your vehicle. If you drive 10,000 miles annually, expect the brakes on your vehicle to last between three and six years. Contact our service department to learn more about how long Ford brakes last on cars, trucks, and SUVs.

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