Does a 30k Mile Auto Tune-Up Include Brake Services?
Tune-ups are essential automotive services that you should take seriously regarding your vehicle’s care and health. While it’s important to get annual inspections and tune-ups, most tune-ups should be scheduled every 30,000 miles, regardless of the time between inspections. Tune-ups are, in themselves, inspections, only more thorough with a routine of changes for filters and fluids. Brake services are also a vital part of automotive tune-ups, all of which we offer at Carson Auto Repair in Lynnwood.
There’s an element of trust established between car owners and their mechanics. We get it – at Carson Auto Repair, you trust us to ensure that your car is safe, drivable, and secure for your daily commutes. While we trust you to be on time for your appointments and let us know if there are any issues we should be aware of.
How to Know if There’s a Problem with Your Brakes
Your brakes are an integral part of your automotive system. They dictate your safety and security while driving – especially if your kids and other loved ones rely on you for a safe drive. That said, there are ways that you can be more attentive to the condition of your brakes, even before tune-ups and routine inspections.
Some signs that your brakes could have an issue include:
- Grinding or squealing brakes every time the pedal is depressed.
- Leaking fluids could be both a brake pad issue and a hydraulic problem.
- Wobbling or vibrations throughout the car when you try to brake.
- Your brake light comes on. This is a no-nonsense indicator of a brake issue, but it’s still important to be aware of other signs.
You can contact Carson Auto Repair in Lynnwood for more information on our tune-ups and brake services by calling (425) 905-2460. Please feel free to ask questions about our wide range of automotive services.