Do you and other drivers hear noise when you start to brake? Do you feel your brakes grinding, vibrating or pulsating when you press down on the brake pedal? If any of these are true, and you want to regain the confidence of smooth braking, it’s time to Leave Worry Behind® and get a Jiffy Lube® brake repair.
Highly Trained in Brake Pad Replacement as Well
Jiffy Lube has been performing oil changes for over 35 years, but what most people don’t know is that Jiffy Lube® technicians are also highly trained in brake pad replacement too. After a brake system inspection, Jiffy Lube Technicians can replace brake pads if necessary.
Jiffy Lube brake repair includes:
- Replacement and installation of brake hardware, rotors, calipers, brake hoses, drums and master brake cylinders.
- Resurfacing of drums and rotors if necessary
- Cleaning and adjusting drum brakes and parking brakes
- Exchange of old contaminated brake fluid with new fluid and removal of air from the brake lines
- Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) diagnostics and repair
Please note: Not all Jiffy Lube® service centers offer this service. Please call ahead to ensure the service is available.
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Nationwide Limited Brake Repair Warranty
The Nationwide Limited Warranty Program provides participating Jiffy Lube Brakes & Services℠ customers with a written, limited nationwide parts and labor warranty. Terms vary depending on the services purchased. A minimum warranty on eligible repairs and services provides coverage for 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever occurs first. For some parts, coverage terms are extended for up to a lifetime warranty. The coverage period begins as of the date and odometer reading recorded on the original invoice for the eligible repair(s) and/or service(s).
Brake System(s) excluding overhaul
- Parts: 24 months/24,000 miles
- Labor: 12 months/12,000 miles
Please note: Not all Jiffy Lube® service centers offer all Brake Repair Services. Please call ahead to ensure the service is available.
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Signs or Symptoms Your Vehicle Needs Brake Repair:
- #1 - It’s been over a year or 12,000 miles since the last time your brakes were inspected
- #2 - You’re near or past the number of miles your vehicle’s manufacturer recommends between brake fluid exchanges
- #3 - The brake warning light on your dashboard comes on and stays on
- #4 - You hear grinding or squealing when you apply the brakes
- #5 - Your vehicle pulls to one side when you apply the brakes
- #6 - Your vehicle requires longer distances to stop than it used to
- #7 - The brake pedal responds slowly and feels "spongy"
- #8 - The brake pedal goes to the floor and/or requires excess pressure