Pump the Brakes--Let Honda of Salem Diagnose and Repair all Brake Issues Today!

If you've ever been a situation while driving that required you to make an unexpected emergency stop, you probably experienced a newfound appreciation for your brakes. Your car's brakes may not be the flashiest, most exciting part of your vehicle, but they certainly play a necessary and potentially life-saving role in your daily commute and deserve more respect and recognition than we typically give them.

Take care of your brakes so they can continue to take care of you. Don't learn the hard way that your brakes are in less-than-ideal condition -- keep your eyes and ears open for some of the most common possible warning signs that your brakes may need repair, and come right into our service center here at Honda of Salem before you're faced with a close call.

Signs that your brakes might need servicing:

  • They emit a high-pitched squeal.
  • It feels like your car wants to make turns while braking.
  • You feel your brake petal vibrating when you apply pressure.
  • You have to press your pedal practically down to the floor before the brakes are engaged.

Any of these above situations can indicate the brake pedal may require immediate servicing. Keep yourself and your fellow Salem drivers safe and come let our highly skilled service team give you the peace of mind and quality repairs you need.

Brakes also need more than just repairs, as periodic service can help prolong their life. Over time, the brake fluid absorbs water, and this water can cause issues within the system, including rust and a reduced boiling point. We can flush out the old fluid and replace it with fresh fluid to avoid these issues in the future.

If you have any questions, feel free to stop by our service center or call and we'll be more than happy to answer all of you queries. We will make sure that you have all of the information you need to make an informed decision.

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