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High performing brakes to keep you safe

When it comes to ensuring the safety of you and your passengers to fellow motorists, it is essential to have a well maintained braking system. If your brakes squeal or grind, causing jerky stops or warning light flashes, bring your vehicle to us for a reliable brake system check.  

• New brake pads or shoes installed

• Brake components inspected

• Brake rotors or drums resurfaced

• Brake fluid exchange / bleeding brake lines (which removes brake fluid contaminants and air)

• Brake calipers and/or wheel cylinders installed

Comprehensive system checks

Our team takes great pride in keeping all of our customers safe. That's why we offer FREE safety inspections during your visit.

 

We'll check your brake system for issues, and we’ll offer affordable repair solutions to ensure your continued safety.

Free safety inspections

"I just wanted to say thanks again for helping out with my car. You have saved me quite a few times. I'll definitely be bringing my car to you from now on!!!"

- Jessica, Dayton, OH

CTA

Call us today to schedule your brake service

937-291-0090

Brake flush

We always suggest a fluid replacement if we find dirty brake fluid. Contaminated brake fluid hinders your car’s ability to stop and often fills with debris and sludge. When necessary, one of our experienced technicians may also recommend a brake system flush to remove moisture and air from the brake lines.

 

Moisture in a braking system is the number one killer on rusted out brake lines and master cylinders. A weak master cylinder can cause improper stopping and a spongy brake pedal. With each safety inspection we use a special tool that measures for water in your vehicles brake fluid.

 

Most vehicle manufactures have found out the importance of flushing old brake fluid from your vehicle. This is why most vehicle manufactures have issued an important bulletin and added brake flushes to their factory schedule maintenance.

 

Ask CK Family Car Care today if your vehicle is due for a brake flush.

Brakes

We always suggest a fluid replacement if we find dirty brake fluid. Contaminated brake fluid hinders your car’s ability to stop and often fills with debris and sludge. When necessary, one of our experienced technicians may also recommend a brake system flush to remove moisture and air from the brake lines.

 

Moisture in a braking system is the number one killer on rusted out brake lines and master cylinders. A weak master cylinder can cause improper stopping and a spongy brake pedal. With each safety inspection we use a special tool that measures for water in your vehicles brake fluid.

 

Most vehicle manufactures have found out the importance of flushing old brake fluid from your vehicle. This is why most vehicle manufactures have issued an important bulletin and added brake flushes to their factory schedule maintenance.

 

Ask CK Family Car Care today if your vehicle is due for a brake flush.

When to have your brake system inspected

Never ignore the warning signs of a compromised brake system. If your car squeals, your brakes stick or the wheels are slow to stop, make an appointment with CK Family Car Care for a brake system check immediately.

 

Your safety is important to us. That is why CK Family Car Care only uses quality American brake parts and not cheap Chinese parts like many of our competitors. Our brake jobs are performed by ASE certified technicians.

 

Worn-out brakes will continue to wear down and eventually cause more expensive and time-intensive damages. Like all services, brake system maintenance and repair is covered by our 2-year/24,000-mile ASSURANCE Warranty.