Your Mercedes Brakes Needs an Immediate Check

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The brake in your Mercedes needs to be in proper working condition for having a safe drive. When you start to get awful sounds, hard maneuvering, excess vibrations and see a glowing brake warning light, then it’s time to inspect the brakes. See the mentioned slideshow to learn when your Mercedes brake needs an immediate check.

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Your Mercedes Brakes Needs an Immediate Check

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If you are driving a Mercedes, then you should not mess with the braking system as they practically keep you safe from accidents.

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The brake is an important component of the car that needs to be in a working condition for a smooth as well as safe drive.

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When you have problems with your car's braking system, the stopping power of the car has to be compromised.

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In order to be able to detect and locate the problems in the brake system, you must be aware of the issues that frequently appear

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So, it is better to know the signs that indicate your brakes need an immediate check.

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Awful sounds

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There are two sounds you need to watch out for: the high-pitched sound whenever you press the brakes or that grinding one you hear when metals rub against each other.

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Generally, these sounds can possibly be telling you that your car’s brake pad needs to be replaced.

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Hard maneuvering

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Working too hard when you have to exert a lot of force on the pedal, or pressing it completely on the floor just to do its work is not normal.

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It’s also not something you should overlook since it can involve either damaged pads, brake fluid leaks, worn-out rotors, or even contaminated brake fluid.

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Toxic smell

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If there seems to be some form of a burnt, almost “chemical acid” type of smell coming from your tires, then it might mean your brakes are involved as well.

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And hearing that awful-sounding metal grinding tells you that the brake pads have thinned out so much that you’re now pressing against your Mercedes’s metal rotors.

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Vibration

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Vibrating pedals often mean that something’s wrong with your brake rotors, or perhaps, your tires aren’t working properly.

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Whatever the case, it’s best to have them checked to make sure your brakes won’t give out on you at the very first pothole it runs over.

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Brake warning light

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The brake warning light system keeps the light illuminated when there is some problem in the brakes of your Mercedes car.

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It is a clear indicator that the brakes should be inspected by a professional Mercedes mechanic as soon as possible.

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