BMW Brake Repair
BMW Brake Repair in Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, NC
The Triad’s Trusted BMW Brake Service Experts — Carmine’s Import Service
Every part and system found in your BMW vehicle is custom built and fine-tuned for performance. This includes the braking system, which is arguably the most important safety system found in your vehicle. It provides you with full control of your safety, and any compromise to the system could jeopardize the vehicle and your well-being. At Carmine’s Import Service in Kernersville, North Carolina, we can help ensure your BMW’s braking system is performing at its best. Our shop is home to some of the Triad’s finest ASE Certified technicians and service advisors, all of whom have extensive knowledge of BMWs, including the brake system. And with access to state-of-the-art tools and parts, we know that they’ll keep your BMW at its safest.
In Need of Brake Service?
At Carmine’s Import Service, we believe in providing our customers with all the materials needed to drive the best version of their vehicle. One of the ways we achieve that is by letting vehicle owners know common warning signs various parts and systems may exhibit, including the brake system. By knowing these signs, you’ll be able to catch problems before they occur or at least prevent them from worsening. If you suspect something wrong with your BMW’s brakes, here’s what you need to look out for:
Spongy Pedal — if you step on the brake pedal, the system should quickly respond to your action. If you have to apply additional pressure to activate the system, then it’s likely you’re dealing with a spongy pedal. This occurs when air or moisture is trapped in the brake line, and you’ll need professional help to properly get rid of it. Ignoring the problem could leave you unable to activate the brakes, which is dangerous for you and your vehicle.
Grinding — do you hear a grinding noise every time you hit the brakes? If so, that’s a bad sign, as the brake pads have fully worn out. This indicates metal-on-metal contact is occurring within the system, causing tremendous damage. If you hear this sound, please stop driving and have your vehicle brought to our facility immediately.
We’re Ready to Help
For your BMW vehicle to perform at its best, it must have a properly working brake system. Whether you need the brake pads replaced or the rotor repaired, know that the experts at Carmine’s Import Service is ready and waiting to help. Located in Kernersville, North Carolina, our shop is home to ASE Certified professionals that can perform the necessary services with the care and expertise you expect, as they carry knowledge on BMW’s braking system. Visit us today and see why we’re the Triad’s trusted BMW brake service professionals.
Schedule your appointment by giving us a call at 336-993-5506, as we’d be more than happy to help you. If you need same-day service, feel free to visit us on 318 W Mountain Street, as we happily accept walk-ins. You’ll find us right across the U.S. Postal Service, and we can’t wait to help you.