Toyota is best known for building long-serving cars with great designs. The Toyota Hybrid is one of a kind and among their top and most reliable vehicles. To keep your Toyota hybrid on the road for more years to come, you need to engage in regular maintenance.
Checking your car oil levels and other parts is normal during the maintenance but a lot of people forget some very vital in a Toyota hybrid. The brake systems. If it’s been quite a while since you had your braking system checked out, then M & R Automotive is here to help with that. In case you don’t know when your car brake is faulty, here are a few Toyota Hybrid brake problems and symptoms.
- The need to apply more force and press harder before it responds:
You might feel like your pedal travels far more than it should or you need to push your brakes harder before it responds. You are having brake issues or there is a leak in your Toyota hybrid braking system. Whenever there is a spongy or soft feeling when applying your brakes then it is a sign of an impending brake failure.
You need to have an expert look at it and see if it needs fixing or replacing.
- Excessive Brake Noise:
Any sudden squealing or excessive brake noise means you need new brake pads. Toyota hybrids have brake indicators like every great vehicle. They emit these sounds so you know it’s time to have your brakes serviced, fixed, or replaced. Neglecting this at an early stage can create more damage adding more cost and consequences.
- Brake Service Light:
This light comes up to show that there might be some problems. For instance, if you have a worn-out brake pad material, it signals you to have it replaced. It could also appear if you have a fluid leak.
Visit M & R Automotive technicians to check this as early as possible to ensure your safety.
- Vibrates or keeps pulling to one side:
A brake caliper malfunction or a leaky brake hose are reasons why your car will pull over to one side when you brake. Rotor damage from brake pad issues can also cause your Toyota hybrid to vibrate whenever you use your brakes. This means your car needs immediate brake servicing.
- Burning smell:
Overheated brakes can bring up a burnt carpet-like smell after extensive braking. In order words, reducing the lifespan of your car’s braking components. Stop by our shop and have your brakes inspected to enable them last longer and serve you better.
Our Toyota Hybrid Brake Repairs Servicing
If you need your Toyota hybrid brakes to always be in the best shape, then you need the best technicians on the job. At M & R Automotive, we have certified technicians with years of experience working on Toyota hybrid brakes. We care for your car in the best possible way and have it on the road in no time.
Among our Toyota hybrid brake services include;
- Toyota Hybrid complete brake pad and rotor fix/replacement.
- Toyota hybrid brake calipers replacement.
- Toyota hybrid brake fluid change.
- Toyota hybrid replacement for either front or back.
- Anti-lock brake sensor checks.
- Brake fluids levels and condition checks.
- Brake pad thickness check.
- Brake caliper inspection for wear.
- Hardware testing and necessary maintenance amongst others.
If you want the best for your Toyota Hybrid, no better shop in Belmont and California can offer your such exceptional servicing. Our brake repair service is second to none. Book an appointment with us today and give your brakes a long-term fix.