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What's Stopping You?

We have the right brake pads, rotors, and more for your vehicle. So make an appointment with our certified technicians today; you will be ready for any stop on the road in no time.

Rotor for Nissan brakes

COMPLIMENTARY
BRAKE INSPECTION*
*Certain restrictions apply.

NISSAN BRAKES CENTER IN MINOT, ND

Brakes are an essential component of your vehicle. Without functioning brakes, you will not be able to stop instantaneously, possibly leading to a serious collision. You need to have full control over your vehicle to keep yourself and others on the road safe. That is why we make brake service and replacement a priority here at Ryan Nissan. Whether you want a quick inspection to ensure you are up-to-date on your maintenance, need brake pad replacement, or require a full brake change, our certified technicians have you covered.

How Do I Know I Need Brake Service?

In general, it is a good idea to have your brakes checked whenever you are at a vehicle service center. Because the brakes are such an important part of your car, it never hurts to check their functionality often. There are signs that you should pay attention to that require a special visit to the shop. The first and most obvious signal that your car requires service is when your brake system warning indicator lights up on your dashboard. You cannot solely rely on this, as there are other reasons to have your brakes checked, serviced, or replaced.

It is pertinent to get your car to the service center if it is seemingly taking a long time to stop when you press the brakes. Delayed braking is extremely dangerous, and definitely means that something needs to be repaired or replaced. Other important reasons to have your brakes looked at are if they are squeaking when pressed, or if you feel vibrations when you step on the pedal. Any of these issues could prevent your vehicle from functioning in a safe manner, and should be addressed as soon as possible.

How Often is Brake Service Needed?

Brakes and brake pads are typically serviced on an as-needed basis. Unlike oil changes and tire rotations, there is not a set schedule for brake maintenance, which makes those previously mentioned periodic inspections crucial. Typically, brake service is needed every 25,000 to 75,000 miles driven. This depends on the vehicle and the brakes installed, but you will get a more accurate estimate in your car’s manual.

Brake Repair & Replacement at Ryan Nissan

If your vehicle is not stopping as quickly as it should, if your brakes are squeaking, if the brake pedal vibrates when you press it, then you need to visit an auto repair shop immediately. Brakes are one of the most important parts of your vehicle, helping you control it and avoid accidents. Contact us at Ryan Nissan today to set up an appointment. We are here to keep your vehicle safe for you and your passengers.

Diagram showing the different parts of the Nissan brake system

DO YOU KNOW THE PARTS OF YOUR BRAKES?

Because brakes are so important, it’s a good idea to understand the different moving parts that make up your brake system. When you press your brake pedal, the brake pads create friction; in turn, the brake rotor disperses heat throughout the vehicle to keep the brakes themselves from overheating. Both are essential to the proper functioning of your braking system and might need replacing at different times.

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COME IN FOR BRAKE SERVICE WHEN:

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YOUR BRAKE WARNING LIGHT IS ON

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SQUEALING/GRINDING NOISES WHEN YOU APPLY THE BRAKES

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YOUR VEHICLE PULLS TO THE SIDE WHEN BRAKING

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IT TAKES A LONGER TIME TO STOP THAN NORMAL

WHAT'S YOUR BRAKING STYLE?

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