#1 Brake Repair Los Angeles
Premium Dealer Alternative // 24 month or 24,000-mile warranty on Brake Service
Do your vehicle's brakes squeal when you step on the brake pedal? Do you feel the car shudder before coming to a stop? Fortunately, Automed Euro is here with the Los Angeles brake repair services you need. We are an independent car repair shop equipped with dealer-grade tools and equipment. Our ASE-certified mechanics will perform brake system evaluation, brake pad or brake shoe replacement, brake calipers installation, resurfacing of serviced rotor or drum, master cylinder replacement, brake fluid exchange, brake hose replacement, brake system adjustment, and parking brake service.
We install only the top-quality brake parts, pads, rotors, and calipers. Our staff regularly works on two-wheel, four-wheel, and all-wheel drive cars, and offer stellar brake services. We stand behind the quality of our hard work. Our repair and service come with an outstanding 24 month or 24,000-mile warranty available for all services. We only use supreme-quality brake pads and fluids.
Los Angeles Brake Repair Expert
Our mechanics are experts at diagnosing brake problems, so we'll have you back on the road quickly and safely, no matter the issue. We use the latest diagnostic equipment and best practices to thoroughly inspect the braking system, including pads, fluids, rotors, hydraulic braking systems, and other components. Our specialists can even take precise measurements of brake pads and shoes to evaluate how much additional wear they can withstand. If we think you can safely get extra miles out of the brakes and pads, we'll let you know and provide you with a schedule for when they should be checked next. Our brake services include the following:
- Brake Vacuum Pump Replacement
- Brake Pad Replacement
- Brake Wheel Cylinder Replacement
- Brake Rotors/Discs Replacement
- ABS Speed Sensor Replacement
- Brake Shoe Replacement
- Anti-Lock Control Relay Replacement
- Brake Caliper & Line Replacement
- Emergency/Parking Brake Cable and Shoe Replacement
- Brake Drum & Hose Replacement
- Parking Brake Release Cable Replacement
- Brake Master Cylinder Replacement
- Brake Flush Service
Why Choose Our Brake Repair Shop?For top-quality, reliable brake repair in Los Angeles, trust your vehicle to Automed Euro specialists. Our top-class mechanics have been specializing in automotive braking systems for over 35 years. We use only high-quality OEM parts to ensure lasting performance and safety and back our work with a complete warranty on parts and labor.
- Brake Industry Certified Installation Service
- ASE-certified mechanics
- 35+ years of experience
- Dealer grade car diagnostic equipment and tools
- Five-start reputation, check out our reviews
- Fully equipped auto repair shop
- Family-owned & operated company
- 24 Month/24,000 miles warranty on parts and service
- Complete customer satisfaction
- Free Wi-Fi and coffee
- Pick-up and drop-off service
Auto Brake Specialists Los Angeles - (424) 353-0024Whether you have a car with older drum brakes or a newer vehicle that needs new brake pads, we can perform brake repairs on nearly all types of brake systems with our experience and knowledge. To learn more about the best brake service Los Angeles offers, call us today or request a quote by clicking below.
Brake Repair FAQs
How Often Should I Change Brake Fluid?
The answer is as often as the owner’s manual suggests. Some brands recommend new brake fluid every two years. You also need to change brake fluid if it contains too much copper - the industry limit is 200 ppm. Any more than this amount and the fluid no longer satisfies design specifications and must be replaced.
Do I Need to Change Brake Fluid?
You don't need to change the brake fluid but take into account this. When the brake fluid shows high copper content levels, the additives in the fluid are breaking down. It increases acid levels and creates erosion of parts and possible damage to Anti-Lock Brake System parts.
How Long Do Brake Pads and Rotors Last?
All brake rotors and pads wear down. The rate at which this occurs depends on your driving style. Cars that drive in town with plenty of stop-and-goes will deplete brake friction material much faster than vehicles that drive primarily on highways. Vehicle loads are the other factor. The heavier your automobile is, the more braking power it requires to stop.
Why Brake Pedal Feels Spongy?
If you must press the brake pedal harder or farther than usual to stop, there could be a mechanical or hydraulic brake problem. Bring your automobile in for a check as soon as possible.
What Makes Brakes Noise?
Brake squeals when the spring clips losing tension, brake pads vibrating, or inadequate brake pad fit on the caliper. If you hear grinding noise when stopping, you're likely hearing your brake pad's metal backing touching the rotor because the brake pad material has entirely worn away.
Why Does My Vehicle Shake When I Brake?
Several factors can contribute to a brake shake, such as worn-out brake pads, warped rotors, or worn suspension components. Even if your ABS attempts to activate due to a damaged or failing component can cause a shake. It’s best to have this inspected by a professional to pinpoint the cause, as not all brake shakes are brake-related.
13332 W. Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90066
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