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Subaru Brake System Service for Maine Subaru Owners

 














 
Subaru Brake System Service for Maine Subaru Owners
Stanley Subaru knows how integral your vehicle is to your daily life. To keep your vehicle in top condition, make sure to schedule oil changes and check-ups regularly.  Our center for Subaru service in Ellsworth has a high-tech facility designed to help prevent break-downs and other issues.

Having your Subaru Brake System serviced will give you peace of mind in knowing that your brakes are in proper working condition so that you'll have the confidence that your Subaru will stop when you need it to.



Here's a list of Available Subaru Brake Services:

  • Subaru Brake Squeal Service


  • Replacing Front Brake Pads and Rotors on Your Subaru


  • Replacing Rear Brake Pads and Rotors on your Subaru


  • Subaru Rear Brake Pad Replacement


  • Subaru Rear Brake Shoe Replacement Service

Read more about each Subaru Brake Service below, including tips for Do-It-Yourself Subaru owners.*

    


Subaru Brake Squeal Service

If you are hearing grinding noises when you brake or if your brakes are emitting a "squeal", it may be time to have your Subaru's brakes serviced. Stanley Subaru wants to help you by providing useful information to help prevent damage to your brake rotors. One of our skilled Subaru brake specialists will inspect your car's brake condition to check for wear. If it is necessary, we will replace your worn brake pads with new Subaru brake pads, check rotors and drums, lubricate calipers, apply a special treatment to prevent squealing, and clean all brake parts of dust and debris using an environmentally-friendly brake cleaner. Finally, our Certified Subaru technician will road test your vehicle to ensure that your brakes are working properly.

Advantages of Having Brake Service Performed on Your Subaru Vehicle

No matter how high quality the brake pads installed on your vehicle are, they will eventually wear down over time. Having our Subaru Brake Squeal Service performed on your vehicle will give you the peace of mind in knowing that your brakes are in proper working condition so that you'll have the confidence that your Subaru car or SUV will stop when you need it to. Remember to replace your worn brake pads with Genuine Subaru Brake Pads that are sure to out perform aftermarket imitations. We hope you found this information useful, visit us today or set up an appointment to have your brakes inspected by trained Subaru Professionals at Stanley Subaru!




Replacing Front Brake Pads and Rotors on your Subaru

Stanley Subaru is proud to provide Subaru owners near Ellsworth, Maine with useful information on maintaining your Subaru's front brake pads and rotors. You can perform brake replacement maintenance yourself with the following information or have our Trained Subaru Technicians perform the Subaru Brake Pad and Rotor replacement service for you. The first step in replacing your Subaru's front brake pads and rotors is to remove the wheels. For disc brakes, remove the caliper and disc brake pads. Replace the worn rotor with a new Subaru Rotor. Inspect the caliper and hoses for any damage or leaks and replace any worn components as necessary. Finally, replace the brake pads and reinstall the wheels. For drum brakes first, remove the brake drum and inspect the brake shoes and wheel cylinders. Replace any damaged or worn components as necessary. Replace the brake drum and reinstall the wheels, applying the amount of torque on the lug nuts as recommended by Subaru.

Subaru Front Brake Pad & Rotor Replacement Significance

Replacing your Subaru's Front Brake Pads & Rotors is all about safety. Your Subaru's ability to stop is only as good as the condition of your brake system. The safety of you and your family depends on your brake system working properly and stopping the vehicle. A brake drum or rotor that is damaged from metal to metal contact or worn below minimum thickness will not perform as it was designed to, and can result in brake noise, vibration, and even total failure. There are no shortcuts when it comes to your Subaru's brakes. Have one of our Trained Subaru Professionals, at Stanley Subaru in Ellsworth, check and service your Subaru's brakes on a regular basis to ensure your vehicle's safety. Maintaining your brake system will keep your brakes working properly and save you money by avoiding unexpected damage to your braking components. Make an appointment with Stanley Subaru's Service Center today! You can use the online form or call 207-667-4641 to schedule an appointment at your convenience.





Replacing Rear Brake Pads and Rotors on Your Subaru

Stanley Subaru is proud to provide Subaru owners near Ellsworth, Maine with useful information on maintaining your Subaru's rear brake pads and rotors. You can perform brake replacement maintenance yourself with the following information or have our Trained Subaru Technicians perform the Subaru Brake Pad and Rotor replacement service for you. The first step in replacing your Subaru's rear brake pads and rotors is to remove the wheels. For disc brakes, remove the caliper and disc brake pads. Replace the worn rotor with a new Subaru Rotor. Inspect the caliper and hoses for any damage or leaks and replace any worn components as necessary. Finally, replace the brake pads and reinstall the wheels. For drum brakes first, remove the brake drum and inspect the brake shoes and wheel cylinders. Replace any damaged or worn components as necessary. Replace the brake drum and reinstall the wheels, applying the amount of torque on the lug nuts as recommended by Subaru.

Subaru Rear Brake Pad & Rotor Replacement Significance


Replacing your Subaru's Rear Brake Pads & Rotors is all about safety. Your Subaru's ability to stop is only as good as the condition of your brake system. The safety of you and your family depends on your brake system working properly and stopping the vehicle. A brake drum or rotor that is damaged from metal to metal contact or worn below minimum thickness will not perform as it was designed to, and can result in brake noise, vibration, and even total failure. There are no shortcuts when it comes to your Subaru's brakes. Have one of our Trained Subaru Professionals, at Stanley Subaru in Ellsworth, check and service your Subaru's brakes on a regular basis to ensure your vehicle's safety. Maintaining your brake system will keep your brakes working properly and save you money by avoiding unexpected damage to your braking components. Make an appointment with Stanley Subaru today by using our online form or by calling 207-667-4641 to schedule an appointment at your convenience.





Subaru Rear Brake Pad Replacement

Having worn rear brake pads on your Subaru replaced is important for the safety of your vehicle. The following information provided by Stanley Subaru serving Ellsworth, Maine is designed to help you change your own rear brake pads as well as make you aware of the importance of ensuring your rear brake pads are in good working condition. Our Subaru Technicians start Rear Brake Pad Replacement Service by removing the wheels. If your vehicle has disc brakes, remove the brake caliper and then remove the brake pads. Our technicians would inspect the rotors for signs of damage or excessive wear and replace or resurface the rotor as necessary. Inspecting the brake caliper itself and brake hoses for damage and leaks is just as important as replacing the brake pads. After all inspections and repairs are complete, our technicians would then replace your brake pads with new Subaru brake pads. Replacing drum brakes is a little different, first remove the brake drum, and then the brake shoes. Inspect your brake hardware, wheel cylinders, and hoses for any damage, also inspect the brake drum for any wear or damage and resurface it or replace it as needed. Finally, clean the brake drum and backing plate. Replace the brake shoes and then reinstall the brake drum. Adjust the brakes as necessary. Lastly, reinstall the wheels and torque the lug nuts to Subaru's specifications.

The Importance and Significance of Subaru Rear Brake Replacement Service

This repair is all about safety. Your Subaru's brake system is only as good as your brake pads and/or brake shoes. The safety of you and your family depends on your brake system working properly and stopping your vehicle - every time. Aside from the obvious safety measures, neglecting the maintenance of your brake pads and shoes can cause the friction material on your brake pads and shoes to completely wear out. This can cause the steel backing on your brake pads or shoes to contact the rotors or drums and will eventually destroy the rotors or drums, leaving you with an expensive repair bill. Having one of Stanley Subaru's Certified Subaru Technicians check and service your brakes on a regular basis is essential to your safety behind the wheel. Maintaining your Subaru's brake system by replacing your brake pads and shoes before they are completely worn out will help keep your brakes working properly and save you money by avoiding unexpected damage to your brake components. Make an appointment with Stanley Subaru today by using our online form or by calling 207-667-4641 to schedule an appointment at your convenience.





Subaru Rear Brake Shoe Replacement Service

Having a professional Subaru Certified Technician check and service your Subaru's brakes on a regular basis is essential to your safety behind the wheel. Maintain your brake system by having your brake shoes replaced before they completely wear out. At Stanley Subaru, our Service Technicians will begin to replace your rear brake shoes by first removing your Subaru's wheels. They will then remove the brake drum and brake shoes in order to thoroughly inspect their current condition. They will also inspect the braking system for any leaks. The Certified Subaru Technicians will then clean your Subaru's brake drum and replace your Subaru's brake shoes. Finally, our technicians will reinstall your Subaru's brake drum.

Significance of Replacing Rear Brake Shoes


This repair is all about safety. Your Subaru vehicle's brake system is only as good as your brake pads and/or brake shoes. The safety of you and your family depends on your brake system working properly and stopping your vehicle - every time. Aside from the obvious safety issues, neglecting the maintenance of your brake pads and shoes can cause the friction material on your brake pads and shoes to completely wear out. This can cause the steel backing on your brake pads or shoes to contact the rotors or drums and will destroy the rotors or drums, leaving you with an expensive repair bill.  Make an appointment with Stanley Subaru today by using our online form or by calling 207-667-4641 to schedule an appointment at your convenience.

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