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Finding Brake Repair and Parts in NH
It is important to keep you car in top working order, for safety, for fuel efficiency, and for long term value. And our AutoFair certified service and parts center is here for all Manchester car owners. We offer original manufacturers parts, and an expert, certified service department. If you need to replace brakes, a muffler, filter or any other car parts visit our AutoFair auto parts center. Our parts staff is standing by to help you locate the part you need. You can even order your parts online by completing AutoFair's online parts order form. With regular factory-recommended maintenance, our dealership's department for auto repair in Manchester can help you to keep your vehicle in like-new condition. Learn more about purchasing auto parts in NH by visiting our parts center page.
Why go to AutoFair for Brake Service?
As a certified dealership, we have invested a considerable sum of money in specialized tools, training, and machines. Our certified mechanics receive the most up to date and newest training to better understand the particular subtleties of all types of vehicles, as well as the numerous changes that accompany each model year. This extra training helps us to complete your maintenance or repair efficiently and to fix it right the first time. Also, at AutoFair we use Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) replacement parts rather than aftermarket parts, which ensures consistency with regard to fit and performance. For your convenience, fill out our online service appointment form for a quick and easy way to get your car back on the road.
Maintain Your Brakes For Safety
By keeping your brakes properly calibrated and in good working order can prevent costly repairs down the line, and, more importantly, help you avoid a collision. There are some warning signs to look for to know when it is time to service your car brakes. The most noticeable sign is reduced responsiveness or fading. If your brakes are not as responsive as they should be or if the pedal "sinks" toward the floor, this could be an indication of a leak in the braking system. Have you ever heard a high-pitched screeching sound when you applied your brakes? That's a small metal shim, called an indicator, which is giving you an audible warning that you need to replace your brake pads. Next, check for wear by looking at your brake pads through the spaces between the wheel's spokes. The outside pad will be pressed against a metal rotor. Generally, there should be at least 1/4 inch of pad. If you see less than 1/4 inch of pad, you may want to have your brake pads inspected or replaced. If you find that any of these warning signs are true, than you should quickly make an appointment with your service department at autoFair, and we will get you back on the road, safely, in no time.