Brake Center

Do your vehicle brakes squeal, squeak or create grinding noises? It could be a sign that your brake pads or rotors need immediate replacement. 
 
Brakes are quite possibly your vehicle's most important safety feature. They can provide peace of mind and can help avoid crashes from even taking place.
 
That's why we only hire factory-trained experts for our Quick Lane at Highland Park Ford Lincoln. Our service technicians provide a variety of installations and repairs and they want to help you get every mile out of your vehicle. 
 
Drop by for a complimentary brake system inspection before going for a driving vaction. Knowing your vehicle's health helps you make informed choices regarding upcoming services. 
 
Among the brake care services offered by Quick Lane at Highland Park Ford Lincoln:
 
  • Disc brake inspection & replacement
  • Brake pad replacement
  • Brake line replacement
  • Drum brake inspection & replacement
  • Rotor inspection & replacement
  • Brake light inspection & replacement
  • Brake caliper inspection & replacement
  • Brake fluid replacement
 
How often you need new brake pads depends on your driving habits and where you drive. Typically, brake pads need to be replaced about 20,000 to 40,000 miles.
ABCs of ABS: Things Drivers Should Know

ABCs of ABS: Things Drivers Should Know

Ask a driver how their ABS is and chances are you’ll get a blank stare.

Anti-lock brake systems are credited as one of the most advanced safety technologies in modern vehicles yet they are an enigma to many.

How do you know if your ABS is functioning properly? It’s part performance and part education.

Subtle signs indicate need for brake system inspection

Subtle signs indicate need for brake system inspection

You are dropping off your teens at school and slow down your car as you approach a crowded turnout. As you push on the brake pedal your car responds slowly, and you quickly press harder to get your vehicle to stop.

That delayed response and spongy feel may indicate a more serious problem--air or moisture in your vehicle's brake lines. Inspection by a brake expert is critical to prevent possible brake failure.

Steering vibration may signal brake problems

Steering vibration may signal brake problems

You’re driving down the block and a bike rider appears from a side street. As your vehicle slows down, you notice an unsettling vibration in the steering wheel. Lately, you’ve also noticed the vibration anytime you use the brakes.

Your first instinct tells you something has gone wrong with the tires, but a new set was installed a couple months ago.