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Hansel Acura in Santa Rosa, CA Offers Brake Pad Replacement Service

No matter how many advanced safety features your Acura has, the brakes are the most important. The brake pads play a key role in the braking system, and they will need to be replaced regularly. When your Acura needs a brake pad replacement, we invite you to visit Hansel Acura, serving Windsor and Roseland, CA. We can perform front and rear brake pad replacement, whichever your Acura needs. Learn more about this service here, and then come experience for yourself why drivers from Rohnert Park and Sebastopol choose Hansel Acura.

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Why Does My Acura Need a Brake Pad Replacement?

Let’s start by looking at how the disc brake system works. When you step on the brake pedal, the brake fluid transfers and amplifies this force, causing the brake calipers to tighten. The brake pads are attached to these calipers, and they press against the brake rotors to slow your Acura down or bring it to a stop. The part that squeezes against the rotors is the brake pad lining, which is made from a softer, friction-resistant material. It will wear down much faster than the rotors, which is why you will need to have the brake pads replaced regularly. If you don’t do this in time, the lining will wear out completely, exposing the metal backing. This can do massive damage to the braking system.

How Often Should I Have the Brake Pads Replaced?

Generally, you should plan to have your brake pads replaced somewhere between every 25,000 miles and every 50,000 miles. You may notice that this is quite a gap — that is because we don’t actually rely on mileage when determining when to change your brake pads. When our technicians perform a brake inspection, they will look at the thickness and condition of the brake pad lining. If you brake carefully, you may be able to get 50,000 miles or more from your brake pads. But if you tend to slam on the brakes, it’s likely that you will need the brake pads replaced much closer to every 25,000 miles. Whatever your braking habits may be, regular brake inspections are key. However, there is a less ideal way to find out that your brake pad linings are wearing thin. If you hear a squealing noise when you step on the brakes, it’s time to have the brake pads replaced as soon as possible.

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When you’re ready to schedule your brake pad replacement, use the online service scheduler at Hansel Acura. Or, just stop by our dealership to take advantage of our express service. We look forward to seeing you!

 

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Hansel Acura Service Center, Corby Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA, USA

Hansel Acura is located at: 2979 Corby Ave • Santa Rosa, CA 95407


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