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Brake System

The brakes on your car are more than just a means of stopping. They’re also an important safety component that needs to operate at maximum efficiency. Curry’s Auto Inc. has over 35 years of experience in this field and have experts who will fix any malfunctioning or faulty braking equipment and ensure their safety. We’ll care of all of your brake system needs to make sure you and your care are safe on the road.

Diagnosis

Our certified technicians will inspect all aspects of your vehicle’s brake system to determine what the problem is and give you a recommended plan of action. This includes investigating every part inside or connected to your brakes, like sensors, lines, fluid conditioners, and more!

Brake Pad Replacement

Brake pads are more than just an important safety device, they’re the difference between life and death. If you want to avoid costly repairs or even serious injury in a car accident it’s vital that your brake pads are properly maintained. Curry’s Auto Inc.’s specialists have the tools, equipment, and know how to advise when it’s the right time to replace your brake pads.

Lining Replacement

Brake lining undergoes a lot of wear and tear from friction when force is applied on the brake pedal. The lining, as a result of this friction, wears out to a point that the rotor starts to get damaged and should be replaced as soon as possible. Trust the experts at Curry’s Auto Inc. to replace your brake lining correctly the first time.

Brake Hose Replacement

Your hydraulic brake hose plays a crucial role in delivering brake fluid to your wheel cylinder or brake caliper. And if it turns faulty, you could be looking at a compromised braking system. Curry’s Auto Inc. is here to look after your brake hoses and keep them working in perfect shape.

Brake Line Replacement

When a brake line fails, you may notice a sharp loss in braking power, the vehicle pulling to one side while braking, the brake pedal feeling soft, or a complete loss in braking power. In the event of a brake line bursting, the brakes will not “pump up” if you repeatedly press the brake pedal. If this happens to you, call Curry’s Auto Inc. for the experts to investigate and get your breaks back in order.

Wheel Cylinders

Your wheel cylinder plays a vital role in your car’s drum braking system. And while it isn’t known to fail often, when it does, you need to get it fixed ASAP by the experts at Curry’s Auto Inc.

Emergency Brakes

The experts at Curry’s Auto Inc. can assess whether your emergency brake cable needs an adjustment, needs repair or replacement. Over time, an e-brake cable can weaken and become rusted or corroded, which can cause the emergency brake cable to lose slack or snap. An emergency brake can also become stuck in freezing weather.

Brake Drums

Brake Drums are imperative to slowing down and stopping older model vehicles. Brake drums have been replaced by rotors on most cars built after 1998, but can still be found on the road today. Our team of experts know how to properly care for, repair, and replace your brake drums, should your vehicle need them to be serviced.

Brake Rotors

Brake rotors wear down over time due to contact with brake pads. But new rotors aren’t always necessary with each brake pad replacement. Most rotors can be resurfaced one or more times to extend their life. But each resurfacing makes the rotors thinner, and sooner or later you’ll need new ones. Curry’s Auto Inc. can advise on the best way to care for your brake rotors and ensure your brakes function properly.

Machining

If your rotors are in good shape with enough thickness, our experts may recommend machining, or resurfacing them. Also referred to as turning, Curry’s Inc. offers machining services to restore rotors to a new-like condition as a cost-effective option.

Power Boosters

When your power brake booster is not functioning properly, you will notice problems such as the brake pedal being very hard to press and the vehicle taking longer than normal to come to a stop. After a thorough assessment by our mechanics, they may advise that it’s time to replace the power brake booster.