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What are brakes?

Brakes are a safety system designed to slow or stop a vehicle as needed. They are typically made up of several components including a rotor, caliper, and brake pads.

What is the purpose of brakes?

The purpose of brakes is to slow or stop a vehicle as needed, providing the driver with greater control and safety.

How do I determine if my brakes are faulty?

If your brakes are faulty, you may notice a grinding or squealing noise when you apply the brakes, a pulsing in the brake pedal, or a burning smell coming from the brakes.

Can a faulty brake cause damage?

Yes, a faulty brake can cause damage to your vehicle and other vehicles on the road. It can also lead to greater wear and tear on your brakes, resulting in more frequent repairs.

How do I replace brakes?

Replacing brakes involves several steps including:

  1. Removing the old brake pads and rotors.
  2. Cleaning the surfaces and installing the new pads and rotors.
  3. Inspecting the brakes for wear and tear.
  4. Reassembling the brakes.
  5. Testing the brakes.