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We don’t have to tell you how important your vehicle’s brakes are: every time you slow down or come to a stop, you experience firsthand just how vital they are to keeping you safe. You owe it to yourself to keep your vehicle’s brakes in top condition, and we can help at Bernard’s Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM, not far from Deer Park, Wisconsin. Find out more about our brake services on this page.
Your Chrysler Pacifica, RAM 1500, Jeep® Compass, Dodge Durango, or other FCA model deserves brake parts and brake service that will allow it to function at its peak. Bernard’s Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM is just the place for this! Located near Stanton, Wisconsin, we employ certified technicians who have extensive experience working on Chrysler, Jeep®, RAM, and Dodge models. If you have a vehicle made by any of these automakers, we will use genuine Mopar® brake parts and Mopar®-approved brake fluids. If your vehicle is made by a different manufacturer, you can still enjoy Mopar®-level quality with Magneti Marelli® parts.
Hydraulic brake fluid is what makes it so that the pressure of your foot stepping on the brake pedal can make it to the brake calipers, becoming amplified as it goes. Since brake fluid will become less effective over time due to moisture absorption, you should have it changed regularly.
The main focus of a brake inspection is to see how thick the brake pads and brake rotors are, and to ensure that they are in good condition. However, our technicians will also check other parts of the braking system, including the brake fluid master cylinder and the brake lines.
Brake pads wear down at different rates based on your driving style and a number of other factors — but when they are too thin, you will need to have them replaced to avoid danger. We will use high-quality, long-lasting brake pads when we perform this service at Bernard’s Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM.
Brake rotors that have become warped can sometimes be salvaged; if the rotors are still thick enough, our technicians will be able to resurface them. If your vehicle needs new brake rotors, we can help with that as well.
Ready to visit us for brake service? Make your appointment online or by phone today. Don’t forget to check for savings on this and other services!