Our Services
Brake inspections - free brake inspections and estimates

Advanced ABS diagnostics and repair

Brake pad and rotor replacement

Brake fluid replacement and bleeding

Wheel bearing service

Brake master cylinder replacement and service

Brake booster service and replacement

Rear drum brake service

Brake line and hose replacement

Parking brake repair
Brake Failure Warning Signs
If your brakes exhibit any of the following symptoms you should have them inspected.

Grinding - normally from worn out pads or shoes - needs immediate service
Pulling - if your car pulls to one side while braking, it's often a caliper problem
Dragging brakes - if a wheel is getting hot or seems like engine power loss
Squeal - while some brake noise can be normal it can also indicate a problem
Hard pedal - pedal is harder to push than normal - indicator of brake booster failure
Low pedal - if pedal sinks to floor - indication of master cylinder failure
Spongy pedal - indication of air in brake lines
Pulsating brakes - possible warped rotor, excessive runout
Brake warning light - can be serious loss in hydraulic pressure, emergency brake on
Proper brake bed-in instructions:

1: After installing new brake pads, make 6 to 10 stops from approximately 30-35 mph applying moderate pressure.

2: Make an additional 2 to 3 hard stops from approximately 40 to 45 mph.


4: Allow 15 minutes for brake system to cool down.

After step 4 your new pads are ready for use.

Call Scott at 906-226-3560

email: scott@thebrakedoctor.com

Copyright 2012 - The Brake Doctor LLC
The Brake Doctor
For trailer repair and hitch installations
visit: uptrailerandhitch.com