AAMCO of San Antonio South
5038 Rigsby Ave., San Antonio, TX 78222
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Mon-Fri: 8 am - 6 pm
Saturday: By Appointment Only
Sunday: Closed

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5038 Rigsby Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78222

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Brake Repair San Antonio

Brake Repair Technician San AntonioTxIt's important to know how to identify if your brake pads need to be replaced. Perform these visual and audible inspections at home to determine if it's time to head to AAMCO of San Antonio for brake work:

Brake Pad Depth
You know it's time to come to AAMCO if your brake pads are approaching 1/4 of an inch in depth. If they're any less than that and approaching 1/8 of an inch, you are risking damage to your brake rotors, so be sure to bring your car in to AAMCO as soon as possible.

Noises and Vibrations
Any abnormal noises during braking should be a red flag to go to AAMCO for service. Squealing, grinding, and screeching can indicate that your brake pads are starting to wear out, so be sure that you head to AAMCO as soon as you can to lessen the likelihood of needing major brake repair.

Other Tips
Some cars have a brake warning light that comes on when it's time to get service. Otherwise, if you notice that you can press your brake pedal to the floor or close to it, then your brakes are dangerously weak and need to be serviced immediately.

Remember: It is always better to have your brake pads replaced sooner rather than wait until they cause damage to the rotors or, worse, put you and your passengers in grave danger when on the road.

At AAMCO of San Antonio, you can count on high-quality, thorough brake system service. Our certified technicians will examine the pads, shoes, hydraulic fluids, rotors, drums, calipers, cylinders, break hardware, hoses and lines, master cylinder, and anti-lock system when applicable.  If we find any cause for concern, then we will conduct a thorough inspection of your brake system, replace any worn pads or shoes, adjust your parking brake, lubricate the brake system parts, resurface rotors and drums, replace brake fluid, and repack wheel bearings. Finally, we will take your car for a road test to make sure that everything is working as it should.

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