2789 Sebastopol Rd. Santa Rosa, CA 95407
707 526-6805

uanella Auto Body
Exceeding Customer Expectations since 1978

The Inner Workings Of The Braking System

Can you deal with your brakes by yourself, without a mechanic? Some people can. Some people can go the DIY route and here are some tips for those DIY people and brakes.

By: Courtney D Evans

Identifying Your Brake System Components: The First Step for Do-It-Yourself Brake Jobs

“Sir, everything went fine with your free tire balancing and rotation, but we checked your brakes and the brake pads and rotors need to be replaced”, said the service manager. Little did he know that I was already aware that it was time for brake maintenance. I replied, “Really? OK, thank you. I think I can handle it”. He handed me my keys and I was on my way. Boy, did that feel good!

Can you service your brakes? Of course you can. Dollar for dollar, performing your own brake service is one biggest money savers for the DIY mechanic. Your brakes aren’t really that complicated and brake parts aren’t terribly expensive. Its the labor at the mechanic’s shop that gets you.

See the full article here.

Let’s take the secrets out of carrying out your own brake job. What we’ll do in this item is recognize the dissimilar mechanisms that make up your brake system.

By: Steven Shawn

Smoothing Out the Braking System

A brake system is the chief fail-safe fitted on cars. It enhances the pedal input applied on the brakes to make motion retardation short and swift. While the principle behind brake operations has undergone little reinvention over the years, the optimization of brake system parts has pushed the envelope of car braking system and kept it an even keel with present-day car technology.

Composed of hydraulic and friction brakes assemblies, the brake system relies on the performance of its individual parts to give drivers a tight rein of their car. The hydraulic brake assembly is the lesser light in the car brake system. Collectively this assembly converts foot pressure hydraulically, which the system then uses to operate the friction brakes.

Read more here.

Composed of hydraulic and friction brakes meetings, the brake system depends on the performance of its separate portions to give drivers a tight rein of their car. And for your body repair needs we at Guanella will take care of it for you.

Skip to content