Brake Repair You Can Count on for Your Ford Car, Truck, or SUV

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There's never a good time to have the brakes fail on your Ford F-150, especially when this mishap could have been avoided altogether. Whether you failed to notice the signs or you have no idea what to be on the lookout for, our team is here to help. Brakes don't typically fail out of the blue, so our service team wants you to have the information needed to spot potential problems -- before it's too late.

What Signs Tell Me That My Brakes Need To Be Replaced?

  • Slow to respond brakes, or spongy brakes that need to be pressed all the way to the floor are common indicators that you should call us for an appointment
  • A grinding or squealing during braking, and sometimes at slow speeds, are usually the first sign that tips off our customers
  • The obvious dashboard light alerting you to an issue with your ABS
  • If you aren't due for an oil change, but you see a dashboard light indicating that maintenance is required

None of these signs are fun to discover, and they don't always appear in a particular order, so it's integral to keep an eye on your service schedule and be sure to note when your last brake service was. When in doubt, ask our team to have a look, and we'll be glad to give you the peace of mind you need to continue driving your Ford Escape or Mustang in confidence.

What's Next?

If you suspect that your brakes are ready to be replaced, our team can help you with that. Simply fill out the service appointment request form on our website or contact us directly to get started. When your Ford Edge is in with us, you can be sure that the rotors, metallic or ceramic pads, and fluids are all Ford-approved, so you have the best fit for your exact vehicle. Do you have any questions about your routine Ford model maintenance? Let us know, and we'll get you the answers you need.

  1. Key West Ford

    1618 N Roosevelt Blvd
    Key West, FL 33040

    • Sales: 305-294-5715
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