Brake Repair

Service Description

Because brakes have such a tough job, they wear down over time and will need to be repaired. Big O Tires performs all types of brake repairs including brake pad replacement, fluid leaks, emergency brake problems, anti-lock brake system malfunctions and more.


Included in your service:

  • A check of the drums, mounting hardware, rotors, pads, shoes and hydraulics
  • A check of the cables and brake fluid
  • Advising customers about the services recommended
  • Giving customers a brake service cost quote

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