Ford Fairfield
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3050 Auto Mall Ct Fairfield, CA 94534
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Ford Brake Repair in Fairfield, CA


The brakes are one of the most important parts of a car. Effective brakes can help you drive safely and even save your life in hazardous road conditions. It's important to conduct routine maintenance on your brakes and fix any issues as soon as you notice them. Even a small malfunction in the brake pad, hose, or rotor can affect your entire car. Luckily, you've got a local brake expert. At Ford Fairfield, our full-service repair department is here to diagnose and fix any issues with your brakes. Read more to find out about our services. If you have any questions, give us a call at (707) 716-2144.


While every car and driver is different, it's a good idea to get your brakes checked every six months or 10,000 miles, whichever comes first. Many drivers get their brakes checked during routine tire rotations. You should also get your brakes checked if you notice any of the following signs of brake trouble:

  • Brake light: If your dashboard brake alert appears or flashes, you might have low fluid or another issue.
  • Sounds: Squealing or grinding noises might be a sign of a worn brake pad or a leak in the brake fluid system.
  • Brake pad wear: You might notice that your brake pads are visibly worn, which might mean they need replacing.
  • Change in driving experience: If your brakes feel spongy or slow when you use them, then you should take your car in for a brake system diagnostic.


Here at Ford Fairfield, we care about our customers' safety and driving experiences. Our service center can fix or replace most brake system components easily. Here are some of the services we offer at our brake center:


If your brake light is on or you've noticed any unusual brake behavior, the first thing our technicians will do is perform a full brake diagnostic on your car. They'll check the brake pads, drums, calipers, and any other related part to make sure each component is performing correctly. Most of the time, they can easily detect where the issue is coming from and recommend a repair or replacement right away. They can also check your car's computer system to make sure any brake alerts are correct.


Brake pads are a key part of your car's braking system. They apply friction to your car's rotors, which makes them slow down, stopping the car. During a routine brake inspection, technicians look at your car's brake pads and shoes to make sure they're in good condition. Your brake pads can wear down due to age or rough driving with lots of stops. If you hear your brakes squeal, then your brake pads might need replacing immediately. Driving with worn brake pads can damage your car's rotors and other systems, leading to more expensive repairs later.


The brake caliper wraps around the brake pad, connecting it to the rotor. If there's something wrong with a brake caliper, you might experience uneven braking, where one rotor brakes faster or slower than the other. Uneven braking is very dangerous and can lead to spinouts and collisions, so if you suspect a brake caliper issue, get your car fixed immediately. Our team can repair or replace your brake calipers, using OEM (original equipment manufacturer) parts whenever possible. Using OEM parts can ensure that your replacement parts work with the rest of your car seamlessly.


Your car's brake hoses transport brake fluid from the brake lines on the body of your car to the brake calipers. A fracture in the hose can cause the brake fluid to leak, draining your brake system of the fluid it needs to operate safely and causing your brakes to feel soft or spongy. Leaked brake fluid can also damage other parts of your car, so it's important to get this issue fixed quickly. Our technicians can locate any leaks, replace the needed parts, and clean the affected systems of any leaked fluid.


An anti-lock brake system, or ABS, stops your car's wheels from locking up or skidding, allowing you to steer your car while braking. ABS is standard for many modern car models as a safety feature. If your car's brake light or special ABS indicator comes on, get your car into a trained mechanic shop, like Ford Fairfield's service department, right away. Your car's ABS is a complex system, and our trained technicians can diagnose and repair any problems with it.

Identifying and fixing brake system issues quickly can save you lots of money in the long run. More importantly, it can keep you and your family safe on the road. If you've got a brake problem, don't wait. Contact Ford Fairfield right away!

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