List of Common Brake Problems

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If you fail to perform regular maintenance on your vehicle, it can lead to more severe and costly problems in the future. Check out brakewarehouse.com. Brakewarehouse can offer quality brake parts at the best prices and can offer advice on the best brake parts for your vehicle.

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LIST OF COMMON BRAKE PROBLEMS

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Drivers need to understand that performing a little routine maintenance is important in keeping their vehicle in good, working condition. It may involving cleaning, repairing or replacing parts. Some areas of your vehicle need more focus than others and need to be checked more routinely.

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One of the most common problems vehicle owners face is brake problems. There are parts in a braking system that need to be replaced every few years, depending on your driving habits and road conditions. Brake parts, like most everything else, do have a lifespan and need to be regularly maintained and sometimes depending on the auto part, need to be replaced. That includes, draining and putting in clean brake fluid; replacing worn brake pads or shoes, and replacing brake rotors.

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By the time that most people realize that there is a problem with their brake system, you usually end up spending a lot more money than necessary because of improper maintenance. Here is a list of common brake problems you may observe.

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This is a major issue. When you go to stop and depress the brake pedal, if it feels soft or "squishy," you are in a dangerous driving situation and you should not continue driving. Pull over and call a tow truck to take you to a mechanic's shop to get the brakes checked and fixed. 1 Soft Brake Pedal

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This could be caused by a number of different factors, some not brake-related, but it is important to get this checked out and fixed. 2 The Vehicle Pulls To One Side When Braking

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This is a more common problem. Usually, you are going at highway speeds when that happens. Again, there can be more than just brake problems causing it, but it is important to get it checked out and fixed. 3 The Steering Wheel Shakes When You Apply The Brakes

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Usually this is caused by warped rotors 4 The Brake Pedal Pulsates When You Try To Stop Or Slow Down

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If your entire vehicle shakes when applying the brakes, it is probably caused by the rear brakes. Typically, if there is a problem with your front brakes, you feel it in the steering wheel as a pulsation, shake or shimmy. When the whole car shakes, it is typically from a problem in the "rear end" or with the rear brakes. 5 The Whole Car Shakes When Applying The Brakes

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If you fail to perform regular maintenance on your vehicle, it can lead to more severe and costly problems in the future. Also you must invest in quality auto parts, as counterfeit or "fake" auto parts are a serious safety threat to you and your family. If you need reliable brake parts whether to perform maintenance and replace aftermarket brake parts, or if you want a brake upgrade for better performance, check out brakewarehouse.com. Brakewarehouse can offer quality brake parts at the best prices and can offer advice on the best brake parts for your vehicle.

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