Nick Nicholas Ford Inc Brakes Service

Your vehicle's brakes

When you press your brake pedal, a complex system goes into motion to help keep you and your passengers safe. That's why it's so important to have highly skilled technicians service your brakes. At Nick Nicholas Ford Inc, we have the right parts, tools and certified‐trained technicians to take care of your every need.

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*Available for Motorcraft® brake pads purchased after 7/1/14 and Omnicraft® brake pads purchased after 7/1/17. Nontransferable. Replacement requires a copy of the original repair order and completion of any other necessary brake service, such as brake rotor service. Motorcraft or Omnicraft brake pads must be installed by a U.S. Ford Dealership, Lincoln Retailer or Quick Lane® technician to be covered. Pads only; labor costs not included. Commercial delivery vehicles, taxi, limousine, postal, police, tow trucks, racing and emergency vehicles are excluded. Restrictions and exclusions apply. See Service Advisor for details. Quick Lane®, Motorcraft® and Omnicraft® are registered trademarks of Ford Motor Company.

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How can I tell if my brakes need servicing?

The brake system is one of the most important safety mechanisms in your vehicle. It is necessary to have it inspected regularly - a minimum of every six months or roughly every 6,000 miles - to ensure proper performance.

Here are some common signs that your brake system needs servicing:

  • Brakes feel spongy or hard to press down
  • Squealing or grinding noises
  • Your car pulls to one side
  • Your steering wheel or brake pedal shakes when applying the brake
  • Your Anti‐Lock Brake System (ABS) warning lights come on

Why should I choose Nick Nicholas Ford Inc for brake repair?

Our factory‐trained technicians offer a comprehensive brake inspection including:

  • Checking for even wear and measuring brake pad/shoe thickness
  • Ensuring brake lines and master and wheel cylinders aren't leaking
  • Checking rotors for hot spots and run‐outs
  • Inspecting calipers for wear, fluid leaks and movement
  • Checking anti‐lock brake sensors
  • Testing hardware and making necessary adjustments
  • Checking brake fluid condition and levels

Other benefits of Nick Nicholas Ford Inc brake services include:

  • Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts
  • Full‐service maintenance and repair facility
  • Parts and labor warranties
  • Clean, comfortable waiting areas with free Wi‐Fi
  • Shuttle service to and from your home
  • Friendly and knowledgeable staff
 Brake Rotor | Inverness, FL

How can I extend the life of my car's tires?

Tires are the only parts of your vehicle that come into contact with the road. If they're not in good shape, you'll have a difficult time keeping control and coming to a stop quickly. To preserve the life of your car's tires, you should rotate them regularly - you'll usually need a rotation about as frequently as you'll need an oil change. Wheel alignment and balancing can also preserve their condition. 

The best way to ensure that you get the most mileage possible out of a new set is to get your vehicle serviced regularly at Nick Nicholas Ford. And when it comes time for a replacement, we'll do the work quickly so that you can get back on the road as soon as possible. 

How can I tell if my car tires need replaced?

At some point over time, your vehicle will need a set of new tires. Ideally, you'll replace all four tires at once so that they wear evenly - and because it could qualify you for a cash-back rebate. If you're not sure how to tell whether your tires need replacing, here are some common signs: 

Tires show visible signs of wear on the sidewalls, including cracking and bulging

  • Too little tread. You can test tread depth by inserting a quarter head down between the groves of your tires. If the top of the president's head is visible, that means the tire is not safe for driving
  • Your tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) repeatedly detects low air pressure in one or more tires even after refilling it
  • You have to refill your tires more than twice a season

Because there are so many different types of tires - including all-season, cold-weather, and performance options - you may be able to go anywhere from 6-10 years between needing a replacement depending on what you have.

 Ford Service Tech with Car Tire | Inverness, FL
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