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Recommended Every 25,000 – 50,000 Miles
Includes: Pads or linings replacement. Check calipers, hoses, and hardware. Inspect master cylinder. Replenish brake fluid. Examine tire for irregular wear.
Our dealership does more than sell Volkswagen vehicles and products. We provide services that you can depend on. At our dealership, we provide a Volkswagen brake pad replacement that our customers enjoy visiting us for. Because our services are provided by certified technicians using quality Volkswagen parts, customers understand that their vehicles are in safe hands at Diehl Volkswagen of Butler.
Whether your vehicle has a brake system that uses drum brakes, or brake calipers and brake rotors, you will find a service for it here. When our technicians complete a brake pad replacement, they remove the old brake pads from a vehicle and replace them with brand new brake pads. Front brake pads are designed differently from rear brake pads, so we provide both a front brake pad replacement and a rear brake pad replacement service to satisfy your specific needs.
It can be dangerous for you to continually drive a vehicle that has worn brake pads. Some initial signs that your vehicle’s brake pads are wearing thin are noises that will come from the brakes as you decelerate or vibrations as you brake. These noises can either be high-pitched squeaking noises or grinding noises. We advise that you immediately have your vehicle serviced if you hear grinding noises coming from your vehicle’s brakes, because the grinding often comes from metal-to-metal contact between brake rotors and worn brake pads. Metal-to-metal contact is what we try to avoid by servicing the brake pads on our customers’ vehicles.
Routine brake pad maintenance will allow you to avoid needing more expensive repairs in the long term. Worn brake pads can damage the brake rotors on your vehicle by causing the metal of the rotors to wear down. Brake pads are designed differently, using a variety of different materials and design practices. The average lifespan of brake pads is around 25,000 – 50,000 miles, so you should plan to have your vehicle’s brake pads replaced in this timeframe. We recommend that you refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual to find what Volkswagen recommends for your specific model.
Schedule your next Volkswagen brake pad replacement with us. We provide OEM Volkswagen brake pads in Butler, Pennsylvania, and offer various brake system services here as well. If you would like to learn more about what brake system service we can provide you with or how our many Volkswagen services can help you, contact us. Our customer service representatives will be more than happy to help you or assist you with learning more about our dealership.
Diehl Volkswagen of Butler, Pittsburgh Road, Butler, PA, USA