Brake Service and Repair At Tynan's Nissan Aurora

Brake Service and Repair

At Tynan's Nissan Aurora

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Get brake service and repairs at Tynan's Nissan Aurora

Whether the roads are dry, wet, or covered in snow, we know our drivers want to stop safely and quickly so that they can avoid an accident and make it back to their Denver homes. That's why our service center team is a big proponent of brake service work and repairs! Below we'll go over scheduled brake service as well as signs that you need to come into our Aurora CO dealership to get your brakes inspected and potentially fixed.

How long do brakes typically last?

Unlike oil changes that you'll need once or twice a year, most drivers won't need to come in from Centennial for brake service until they reach 50,000 miles, though you should check your Nissan's service manual for your model's exact listing.

However, some things can pop up earlier that are a sign you should come in ASAP so we can make sure your brakes are safe.

Why might brakes fail?

A common cause of brakes starting to fail or act up is general age as the brake pads start to wear. A more pressing issue is a leak in the brake fluid line, as these fluids help maintain the necessary pressure to help your Nissan stop and losing the pressure will have unsafe consequences.



Signs you might have brake issues

Brake issues are hard to ignore, so if you recognize the problems below as you're driving around Highlands Ranch, be sure to schedule an appointment.

  • The wheel vibrates when you brake
  • When you press down on the brake pedal it feels spongy or soft
  • You hear a grinding, clanking, or squealing noises when you brake
  • When you brake there's a burning or acidic smell
  • Your Nissan pulls to one side when you stop
  • Your brake warning light is illuminated on the dashboard

Occasionally these issues will crop up because of other vehicle problems. But since they're intrusive issues for your Littleton CO commute, it's important to come in to see our trained technicians for a proper diagnosis. Just like you shouldn't rely entirely on Google searches to figure out what your lingering cough could be a sign of, the same is true for your vehicle: let the experts help!

If you're nearing 50,000 miles or have been noticing the problems we bulleted above, make sure you schedule an appointment with our service center.