BRAKES & CLUTCHES
AME Automotive has the right expertise and equipment to inspect and repair any issues you might have with your car’s brakes and clutch. Remember, we consider your safety and satisfaction to be our number one priority.
Brake Pads & Discs
Brakes are perhaps the most important safety device on your car. Every car’s brakes consist of two major components: a brake pad and a disc. The discs help transfer heat generated from the friction of hitting the brakes. However, thermal stress can always set in, causing your brakes’ discs to crack, rust or warp. Brake pads also need to be changed regularly or else they’ll create scarring on the disc surface, which reduces the overall power of your brakes.
Fortunately, our technicians offer a thorough brake repair service. This service includes such features as disc pad and brake shoe replacement on the front or rear wheels, applying grease to the wheel hubs, replacing calliper pins and removing excess air from your car’s hydraulics. We carry out these inspections and repairs with the utmost efficiency because we care deeply about your safety on the road and will go to every length to make sure your brakes are working correctly.
AME also recommends that you get your brakes inspected twice a year for wear-and-tear and other signs of damage. This will increase the lifespan of your brakes and the overall performance of your vehicle.
Your clutch is an essential part of your car, helping you keep things running smoothly while you change gears. But because they’re kept out of sight, it’s not always easy to see when your clutch is having problems. You might, though, notice odd signs like the revs climbing and falling of their own accord or a grinding noise whenever you change gears or even the clutch slipping a little, cutting down your accleration.
If you’re still not sure if your clutch needs to be repaired, you can always call AME for guidance, which we provide at no charge. As a trusted auto center, our technicians will always be honest about diagnosing your car’s issues and helping you decide if it’s your clutch or another component that needs fixing.