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At Deery Brothers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we remind our heavy-footed customers that what speeds up must slow down. Every Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or Ram vehicle on the road today was engineered with a braking system sufficient for stopping vehicles weighing several thousand pounds. When your vehicle is due for its next brake fluid exchange, why not stop by our MOPAR certified service department in Waukee for quality service from MOPAR experts that know your vehicle and its braking system professionally?
The brake system relies on hydraulic brake fluid to transfer energy generated by the master cylinder pump through brake lines and into the calipers where the brake pads are clamped powerfully against the rotors. The powerful clamping action that creates resistance sufficient to stop a vehicle is delivered by the energy passing through the hydraulic brake fluid every time you push the brake pedal. Brake fluid needs to stay in excellent condition to support the brake system’s reliable performance and to protect passengers’ safety. Because brake fluid notoriously contaminates with water when exposed and will leak due to worn components, it is a MOPAR and industry best practice to inspect the brake fluid and exchange it as needed when it loses integrity, leaks, or you begin experiencing any of the warning signs of defective braking.
The telltale signs of a braking problem usually surface when braking. If you begin experiencing any of the common warning signs of a braking defect, we recommend swift response including a brake inspection from a MOPAR expert such as one of our certified technicians. Here are the common symptoms of a defective braking component:
Our service begins with a certified technician and genuine MOPAR brake fluid from our parts department. The expert MOPAR technician will drain the defective brake fluid, inspect the brake system thoroughly, and install fresh MOPAR brake fluid recommended by the manufacturer for your vehicle’s model year. The technician concludes the service with an always-valuable complimentary multi-point inspection.