Brake issues make all sorts of crazy sounds. From the vibration on a sluggish brake pedal to the squeal of brakes in need of new pads, there is often a sound or odd feeling to indicate an issue. When you can sense that your brakes are failing it is time to seek the professional mechanics in Brisbane to diagnose and repair that issue. When living in Ipswich West, trust the team at Kinnane's Car Clinic.
Digging Deep to Discover Vehicle IssuesAs we are a car clinic, you can rest assured that we will find the issue on your car. We leave no stone unturned and no brake disc unexamined. This desire to get to the root of the issue comes from the intense training which our mechanics go through. As we are part of the Repco Authorised Service Centre our mechanics not only get initial training but there are nationwide training workshops and service bulletins covering the latest diagnostics, tools and parts.
Other benefits of Kinnane's Car Clinic include:
- Our locally owned and operated location is proud to be a part of the community.
- We are backed by the Repco Nationwide Warranty
- Access to the spare parts network allows us to find the right piece at the right price for you.
When you are in need of brake service and repair turn to your local mechanics in Ipswich West at Kinnane's Car Clinic.
A Brief Menu of the Services at Kinnane's Car Clinic
- Brake Pad Replacement
- ABS Brake Check
- Electric Brake Repair
- Replacement of Brake Rotors
- Brake Fluid Flush
- Repair of Drum Brakes
- Repair of Disc Brakes
Common Brake Questions
What are ABS Brakes?
ABS stands for Anti-lock Brake System. This allows the vehicle to stop without
losing traction with the road.
Can I give my brakes more power?
Yes. With a brake booster system it is possible to draw energy from the engine
to boost the hydraulic force of the brakes.
What is the difference between disc brakes and drum brakes?
On your vehicle typically you will find disc brakes in the front and drum
brakes in the back.