Brake Repair in La Mesa
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Put a Stop to Potential Brake Problems

If you were to ask your average motorist which of his or her vehicle’s component systems is the most important, you might be surprised with the answer. Sure the engine gets the car going and the steering and suspension allow you to go where you want to go, but the one thing that most drivers want to be able to rely on is their vehicle’s ability to stop. Thus, the importance of having brake repair done when it’s needed cannot be understated.

Because your car’s brakes are so important, we recommend that you have them inspected every 15,000 miles (or with every other tire rotation).  The brake service we offer at La Mesa Automotive and Alignment includes a thorough inspection of all of your brake system components, including:

  • Calipers
  • Pads
  • Rotors
  • Drums
  • Brake line hoses

Of course, if you hear squealing or grinding when you apply the brakes, of if your brake pedal goes all the way to the floor when pressed, then you’ll want to have your brakes checked immediately. Often, it’s something as simple as brake dust or air in the closed fluid system. Other times, you many need to have the brake pads replaced and/or the rotors turned.

We’re Here to Help Keep You Safe Out On the Road

Can you imagine the panic that can come if you were to step on your brake pedal and get no response? At La Mesa Automotive N’ Alignment we are here to ensure that never happens. Whether you’re in need of a simple brake check or total replacement, you can count on us delivering dealership-quality service at a fraction of the cost.

If you’re in need of brake repair or service in La Mesa, call us at 619.670.6200.

Why Us?

We offer same-day service for most repairs and maintenance. We go the extra mile when it comes to quality auto repair.

  • High Quality Replacement Parts
  • ASE Certified Mechanics
  • Competitive Pricing
  • Fast Turnaround

Featured Review:

“If you are looking for quality service, these guys are really good.”
Mike Connolly, Google+