Brake repair and services
We offer top-notch brake repair and service on all vehicle makes and models. Our team of experienced technicians uses only state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to ensure that your vehicle's brake system will be serviced and cared for accordingly. We invite you to visit our auto repair shop for a free brake fluid and brake system inspection so that you can be undisturbed about your vehicle' condition if you decide to go on a long trip across the country. Our skilled technicians will inspect all major components of your vehicle’s brake system, including calipers, pads and shoes, hardware, and rotors, and they will tell you what type of services have to be performed. Additionally, we always provide our customer’s with a written estimate of all the repairs and services that need to be performed. After you read it and approve it, only then will we start doing any type of work on your vehicle.
Do you trust your car's brakes? If you have any doubts regarding the current condition of your brakes, it's best to call or pay a visit to our auto repair shop. The common symptoms of faulty brake system include a feeling that the brakes pulls when you push the pedal, a pulsing sensation in the brake pedal, a grinding sound or wheels coated with brake dust. Our auto repair shop specializes in brake repair and service. We can diagnose and repair a wide variety of brake problems efficiently and quickly.
Some of our most common repairs include:
- Replacing or resurfacing of drums and rotors
- Repairing a faulty anti-lock braking system (ABS)
- Replacing of brake pads and shoes
- Servicing of hydraulics (wheel cylinders, hoses and calipers)
A lot of automotive experts suggest that you should undergo a brake system inspection at least once a year or every 12,000 miles. Our certified mechanics will inspect all of the major components of your vehicle's brake system, including the drums, pads, rotors, shoes, and linings and give you an evaluation of the current condition of the system. We will recommend replacements or repairs to maintain and improve the performance of your vehicle based on this inspection.
Brake Fluid Checks
When was the last time you had your brake fluid inspected by a professional technician? In order to stay safe, let our experienced and skillful technicians inspect your vehicle's brake fluid before you hit the road. We’ll evaluate the current condition of your brake fluid and, if needed, replace the old product with a new one that will not only meet but also surpass the manufacturer's recommendations.
Knoxville Brake Repair And Service
European Auto Garage is Knoxville’s first choice for European vehicle brake service and repair. Any brake repair or maintenance is considered a safety issue and is something we consider a number one priority. Anytime you notice a brake problem or dash warning light, don’t hesitate to bring your vehicle in for an inspection by one of our Master Certified technicians.
Our Master Certified technicians are factory trained and are highly experienced with brake repairs and services on most European brands, including BMW, Mini, Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Audi, Volvo, Porsche, Aston Martin, and more. Our shop has all of the latest factory tools and state of the art equipment to keep your vehicle’s brake system back in top working order. Whether your vehicle needs new brakes, brake line repair, or a brake fluid flush, we can do it all!
Any of the following symptoms can indicate a brake problem:
- Replacing Brake system warning light is on
- Car vibrates while braking
- Lack in brake performance
- Soft brake pedal or pedal goes to the floor
- Squealing or grinding noise while braking
If you notice any of the symptoms listed above, it’s time to have your vehicle and brakes inspected. We inspect your brake system and brake fluid during our 50 point visual inspection that we complete with every service. We recommend a brake inspection at least every 5,000 miles or every year along with your oil service. European Auto Garage has the answer for all your brake system needs on your European vehicle.