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We operate a Mopar certified service department at Scott Robinson Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram with certified technicians working within a state-of-the-art facility ready to install the highest quality genuine Mopar OEM parts when performing all of your much-needed brake services. We offer all of the brake services that your vehicle will ever need at an unrivaled Mopar service quality. We also offer express service brake inspections if you need to get to the bottom of a braking issue without an appointment and by a certified technician.
We operate an express service department with certified technicians performing braking system inspections without an appointment. With the convenience of no appointment and inspection by a skilled Mopar service professional, this service creates significant value for our customers. The value we extend explains why we have loyal customers from Redondo Beach, Carson, and Gardena who choose Scott Robinson CDJR for all of their vehicle’s brake inspections.
The lifeblood of the hydraulic braking system, brake fluid delivers stopping power from the master cylinder pump into the brake pads and rotors to stop your vehicle. Since brake fluid tends to absorb water that contaminates its performance and can leak from worn components, it needs to be inspected and exchanged when problems arise. A certified technician will remove the fluid from the system, inspect each major braking component, and install the highest quality genuine Mopar brake fluid to specifications.
Given the result of the brake inspection and the thickness of the pads, we perform efficient brake pad maintenance by replacing worn-out pads while keeping those with remaining life in place. We offer front, rear, and all brake pad replacement services. A certified technician removes the worn pads, inspects each braking component, and installs genuine Mopar OEM parts from our parts department.
Brake rotors take a pounding because that is their job in creating the resistance sufficient to stop a several-thousand-pound vehicle. Rotors will eventually sponsor blemishes on the disc face that reduced the surface area creating resistance against the brake pads. Since the rotors need to be as perfectly flat as possible, they will need to be resurfaced periodically to restore a perfectly flat disc. However, if the blemishes cannot be restored to specifications by resurfacing, a certified technician will remove the damaged rotors and install brand new of the highest quality.
The brake system tends to show symptoms of a problem when a problem exists. Knowing these signs and responding promptly with an inspection and maintenance will ultimately preserve driving comfort and safety while driving. If you notice any of these warning signs of a braking problem, it is a safe judgment to get an express inspection and service if needed: