Castle Rock’s Go-to Shop for European Auto Brake Repairs

Maintaining your brakes is one of the most important things you can do as a responsible car owner. Your brake system has many working parts, all of which can and will wear down over time and use. This is a natural occurrence, as brakes work to slow you down and stop almost as hard as your engine works to propel your car forward.

You may wonder what component is degrading on your brake system when it begins to malfunction. There are many parts and lines and electronic sensors in your European car, and each should be properly maintained for excellent performance and durability:
  • Pads
  • Shoes
  • Rotors
  • Calipers
  • Fluid
  • Hoses
  • Wires
  • Emergency brake system components

Signs Something is Wrong with Your Brakes

There are many parts of your brake system that can fail. When this happens, you will begin to notice certain common signs that your brakes should be checked out by a trusted and reputable auto center. The most common signs of brake failure include:
  • Vibrations when you slow down
  • Spongy or soft feel when you depress the brake pedal
  • Squealing or grinding noises when braking
  • Leaks under your car where you parked
  • Warning lights on your dashboard indicating brake system errors

Precision Service for Your Luxury Sports Car

If you suspect your brakes need servicing, bring it to us at Titan Auto Tech. Our certified technicians have decades of experience servicing all models of:

Call or Visit Our Shop Today

Located in Castle Rock, Titan Auto Tech is proud to be the go-to shop for our neighbors throughout surrounding areas including:

Visit Titan Auto Tech today at 1375 Caprice Dr. Unit D, in Castle Rock, CO or give us a call to schedule an appointment at (720) 458-8077. We are available on weekdays and by appointment on Saturdays.

Also, check out our reviews on our website for client testimonials of our top-notch services and customer care. We look forward to earning your business and keeping your car in top condition on the Colorado roads.