Do You Need New Brakes?
No matter if you just bought a brand new Subaru or you’re still driving the older yet reliable Subaru you purchased many years ago, the brakes will eventually need to be serviced. There are some warning signs your Subaru may give you that say to get your brakes checked. If your brakes making grinding or squealing noises, it’s probably time for a brake inspection. Following your Subaru’s recommended maintenance schedule is essential to the longevity of your vehicle. So, make sure not to ignore the signs your vehicle is telling you.
- If you detect grinding or squealing when you apply the brakes
- Your brake pedal starts to feel spongy
- You can feel your vehicle pulling to one side
- If your brake light constantly on
If you experience any of these problems, it may be time to get your Subaru’s brakes inspected. Ignoring these issues could result in more expensive damage down the road. Ready for a brake inspection? Schedule an appointment today.