Euromotive Performance
Black Mercedes Benz Car

Mercedes Benz Brake Service Near Miami, Fort Lauderdale, FL

When you press the brake pedal, you expect your Mercedes to slow down. That’s only possible thanks to a complex hydraulic system that uses fluid pressure to operate your brake calipers and clamp the pads against the rotors to slow each wheel. Over time, that system is subject to wear and tear. Mercedes Benz brake service here in Fort Lauderdale will help ensure your safety on the road.

Your Braking System

Your car’s braking system is a complex network of different components. These include the following:

  • Master Cylinder – The master cylinder holds the brake fluid reservoir where most of the fluid is stored. It’s also connected to the brake pedal and sends pressurized fluid through a series of brake lines to each wheel when you press the pedal.
  • Brake Lines – Your brake lines are made of metal for durability and wear resistance, and carry fluid from the master cylinder down to the caliper on each wheel.
  • Calipers – You have four calipers, one on each wheel. These hold the inner and outer brake pads and use a pressure-powered piston to push the pads against the brake rotor. This creates friction, which slows and stops the car.
  • Rotors – Brake rotors are the “discs” in a disc-brake system. These provide the surface against which the pads press to create friction and slow down the car.
  • Brake Pads – Each wheel has an inner and outer brake pad that presses against the inner or outer side of the rotor to stop your car.

What’s Included in a Mercedes Benz Brake Service?

At Euromotive, our brake services begin with an in-depth inspection of the entire system discussed above. This allows us to spot trouble areas, such as brake pad wear, rotor wear, rusted or damaged brake lines, and more. Based on the results of your inspection, we’ll recommend the right combination of steps to correct the situation.

We’ll also replace the brake fluid in your system. Over time and through heat, brake fluid degrades and becomes contaminated. It’s important to replace it with fresh fluid periodically. Our technicians will replace the fluid and then bleed the brake lines to remove any air and ensure that everything is in working condition. We’ll also test drive the car to verify brake system operation and your safety.

We often combine Mercedes Benz brake service with other brake-related needs, such as replacing worn pads and resurfacing your rotors. If your brake lines are rusted, or any other component is damaged, this is an ideal time to handle replacing it, as well.

Has it been some time since you last had your brake system serviced? Call us at (954) 944-2779 or schedule your appointment via our online scheduler. Don’t take chances with a system as critical to your safety as the brakes. We’re South Florida’s European import specialists and we understand the needs of your Mercedes Benz like few others. We have over 20 years of experience and use only OEM-compliant parts – let us keep your brakes in top condition.

Our Location

208 NW 1st Avenue
Hallandale Beach, FL
33009

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