Brakes and rotor repair service in Fort Lauderdale.
Autologic provides complete brakes and rotor repair services in Fort Lauderdale.
When it comes to automotive repairs, knowing who to trust can be difficult, so the goal at Autologic is to earn that trust by providing extraordinary service
When a customer chooses us to do brake or rotor repairs, a complete diagnosis of the vehicle’s problems will be provided and fair pricing and personalized follow-up service are guaranteed – whether it’s the family car or a company fleet. Are you experiencing any of these common problems that require expert attention?
Brakes and Rotors
- When brake pressure fails due to a fluid leak in the master cylinder, the pedal will slowly sink to the floor when pressure is applied. In addition, the brake light on the dashboard will come on, signaling a problem that shouldn’t be ignored.
- Brake pads or linings wear over time, resulting in a grinding sound every time the brakes are used. To avoid serious damage, the brake pads should be replaced as soon as possible and the rotor should be inspected.
- Brake calipers and pads press against the sides of the rotor every time the brake is applied, causing enough friction to stop the vehicle. While the rotor is designed to disperse the heat caused by this friction, rotors – like brakes – get worn.
- Because there is a specific minimum thickness designated for rotors, the surface of a damaged rotor can not be “turned” or leveled on most modern cars.
- All modern tires sold in the U.S. have a thread ware indicator allowing a visual indication of when the tire needs to be changed.
- Exposure to the elements, daily tread wear and tire age can all contribute to need for tire repairs or replacements. The performance of any vehicle’s tires is critical to the safety, performance and efficiency of the truck or car.
- Irregular tread wear can indicate wheel misalignment and/or the need for a tire rotation, but any sign of uneven tread wear is a sign that the vehicle needs servicing.
- Vibrations may signal potentially serious problems. If the vibration is under the vehicle, the rear tires may be out of balance. If the steering wheel vibrates, it could be a suspension issue. Any vibration in the vehicle should be addressed immediately.
- Tire blowouts are a cause of significant majority of vehicle accidents and deaths.
How do you know who to trust? A mechanic should be a ASE Florida State certified mechanic that has a minimum of 5 years experience. Autologic is a repair and auto care shop in Fort Lauderdale that has been serving the South Florida community for more than 30 years. All of our technicians are ASE (Automotive Science Excellence) certified and dedicated to superior customer satisfaction.