Brake Sytems

Repairs for brakes that will quickly stop screaming

You’ll stop quickly thanks to Tserv’s brake repairs and brake pad replacements. Our skilled team of professionals will make sure that you are back on the road with confidence if your brakes sound like a choir of singing cats. Our experts frequently deal with issues like brake lights flashing, slowing down more slowly than usual, and sponge-like sensations.

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Generally speaking, anyway. Give us a call before coming in because our brake professionals have dealt with the majority of typical car braking problems and can usually give you advice over the phone. Before scheduling a more complete diagnosis or brake service, your local store manager will listen to your concerns and will probe further by asking questions and pursuing information.

Why go the extra mile? If our expert can give you some direction over the phone, we can schedule you in and give you an estimate of the length of time you will be without a car.

What about the cost? On the front brakes, we typically replace brake pads, check the disc rotors and brake master cylinder, fill off the brake fluid, and operate the parking brake. If we suspect there are any extras, we’ll let you know before you arrive by phone, and if we discover any while working, we’ll call you for approval.

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Why should you trust Tserv to fix your brakes?

  • We are sincere.
  • We have expertise.
  • Regarding costs, we are upfront.
  • We stand by your side.

Is there a problem with the brakes? Something is not right.

You don’t need to worry about how to explain your problem because you don’t know much about autos. The Tserv professionals are skilled at listening to your concerns and offering diagnostic advice.

Our adjectives below may help you describe the problems you are having to a member of our team or determine whether the problem is with your car’s braking system.

  • When I press my brake pedal, it feels spongy or squishy.
  • Pressing the brake pedal is more difficult than usual.
  • When I depress the brake pedal, a grinding or scraping noise is heard.
  • When I brake, my automobile pulls to the side.
  • When I brake, my automobile squeals.
  • My car is stopping at the traffic lights more slowly now.
  • When I apply the brake, the steering wheel trembles.
  • My brake caution light is on.
  • Low brake fluid for me
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About brakes

There are two front brakes and two rear brakes on your car. The brake systems of most autos use disc and drum brake assemblies. All four wheels of modern cars are equipped with disc brakes. The rear wheels of some vehicles, such as light commercial models, still have drum brakes. Many automakers are installing anti-lock brakes (ABS) as an additional braking system component to minimise wheel locking and skidding as safety performance awareness rises.


The most popular kind of brakes are disc brakes. They consist of a brake calliper, brake pads, and a disc brake rotor. The car comes to a stop when pressure from a hydraulic system pushes the brake pads up against the braking rotor.


Drum brakes are still in use, albeit less frequently. The braking drum, brake shoes, wheel cylinder, and brake springs are the four basic components of a drum brake system. The brake drum houses the brake shoes, which push against the drum when force is applied to the wheel cylinder to bring the vehicle to a halt. When you lift your foot off the brake pedal, the brake springs pull the brake shoes back away from the drum, reducing drag.

brake mechanisms

Consider a braking system more as a braking “style.” This is how the mechanisms are actually implemented. The brakes give a description of the machinery utilised to carry out the method. Both are covered in this essay since understanding the brake and its system is crucial.


This system relies on friction, cylinders, and braking fluid to function. The brake pads are forced to stop the wheels from moving by the pressure it creates inside the system.


Numerous new and hybrid cars have electromagnetic braking systems. They use an electric motor to drive the car to a stop.


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The hand brake or emergency brake is powered by this system. Linkages that use mechanical power apply the brakes.

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