The automotive braking system depends on hydraulics for generating resistance to forward momentum at the wheels. The Mazda braking system is reliable with durable components. Still, it requires routine maintenance for long-term peak performance, and repairs are increasingly likely with higher miles and harsh braking habits. Mazda drivers in Amarillo, Canyon, Panhandle, Claude, and Vega, TX choose us for certified brake system service completed by expert certified technicians. We only install genuine OEM parts to restore factory specifications. Customers often use coupons to pay less for certified brake services. Schedule your brake service today at Mazda of Amarillo.
We recommend having the brakes inspected alongside other maintenance services such as oil changes and tire rotations. Drivers might also need a brake system inspection if warning signs show up, such as taking longer to stop, squealing or grinding noises, or a dashboard warning light.Learn More
Mazda recommends replacing brake fluid every two years regardless of miles due to its hygroscopic nature – it readily absorbs moisture that can boil and compress within the braking system. Brake fluid exchange involves removing the old fluid, inspecting the other braking components, and installing Mazda-authorized brake fluid to specifications.Learn More
Brake pads generally require replacement service every 25,000 to 50,000 miles when closing in on the 3mm danger zone. Brake pads tend to wear out variably at the front and rear wheel locations, so we provide front, rear, and all brake pad replacement services as needed to get the most out of your pads.Learn More
Brake rotors are connected to the wheels and generate resistance to forward momentum when the calipers press brake pads into the disc. The disc needs to be as flat as possible with the largest surface area to generate maximum resistance. Brake rotors require maintenance when they get excessive cracking, grooving, or bending/warping. We can resurface rotors with minor disc wear or remove blemishes. Rotors with deeper disc damage or warping require replacement to secure specifications.Learn More
Mazda drivers can book brake system service appointments online or by phone. Customers in the area during regular hours can stop by to schedule service in person if more convenient. Many customers choose to schedule brake services online due to the 24/7 accessibility and speedy convenience that avoids making a phone call.