We are a vehicle and car brake specialist and can service or replace the brakes and ABS brakes on your Land Rover model. The brakes are obviously very important, they help your Land Rover car slow down out on the road or when you need to stop quickly in an emergency.
Your Land Rover brakes must always be in tip top condition at all times. Here are photos of out experienced mechanics servicing brakes and ABS brakes at our garage workshop.
Are your brakes grinding when out on the road
If you are hearing a grinding noise when you brake this is a classic sign that your Land Rover brakes and ABS brake system has warn out. Warn out brakes are dangerous when out on the road. If you cannot slow down efficiently at the lights or in an emergency because of warn out brakes you can have a serious accident. Not to mention serious accidents, after you have recovered will the car recover or be written off.
A simple way to avoid braking problems is to get the brakes on your Land Rover vehicle or Land Rover car serviced from our independent car garage pictured below.
Symptoms you have a brake problem
To help you recognise you have a brake problem here are a few things to look out for.
Symptom 1 – Noisy grinding Land Rover brakes
Are you applying the brake pedal on your Land Rover car or Land Rover vehicle and feeling a grinding sensation, this is a sign that your Land Rover ABS brakes or Land Rover brake pads have reached the end of their life.
Symptom 2 – The ABS light is visibly lit up on your Land Rover dashboard
An obvious signal to get your Land Rover brakes checked over is when the ABS light lights up on the dashboard. You should immediately bring your Land Rover car or Land Rover vehicle to the garage to get the brakes checked over.
Symptom 3 – Spongey Land Rover brakes feeling
Do your Land Rover brakes feel spongey. Imagine you are holding to wet sponges and you squeeze them both together and then when you release them they spring back into shape giving you a spongey feeling. Well if your Land Rover brake pedal feels like that and spongey then this could mean you have a brake problem.
We service hundreds of Land Rover cars ABS brakes and Land Rover vehicle brakes every year and service up to 10 vehicles a day.
Contact A1 Diagnostics
We will provide the cost for replacing the Land Rover brakes. We are a Land Rover brake specialist and can ensure that your brakes are serviced at the best prices without sacrificing on quality. Contact us we are happy to help.
A1-Diagnostics and ECU Repairs
64 Sloper Road
Tel: (029 20) 220380
Fax: (029 20) 223172
Mon – Fri: 9:00am – 6:00pm