Ford Brake Pads in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey

Our certified technicians have a meticulous understanding of the Ford braking system and have performed countless brake pad inspections and replacement services across all Ford vehicles. It is important for our customers from Pleasantville and Atlantic City to remember that we provide a brake pad replacement service from our express service department that will get your Ford in for service quickly and conveniently on your next visit to Egg Harbor Township.

Ford Brake Pad Replacement Service
 

New Brake Pads for Your Ford 

All Ford vehicles have a braking system that slows them down and brings them to a stop. When the driver pushes the brake pedal, the master cylinder pump amplifies the pressure input and sends exponential energy through the brake fluid into the calipers where the brake pads are pushed against the brake rotor disc powerfully to create resistance adequate to stop a vehicle weighing several thousand pounds quickly. 

The powerful clamping between the brake pads and rotors limits the longevity of all brake pads because they are designed to wear out purposefully to protect the other braking components from metal-on-metal grinding. Since brakes pads wear with each stop incrementally, they will eventually wear down, need an inspection and replacement service when they are worn.

What are the Indicators of Worn-out Brake Pads?

Today's brake pads are designed with a special warning indicator that provides a telltale screeching noise signaling drivers when little brake pad remains. This audible screech or squeal signals the equilibrium between squeezing the most out of the brake pads and the risk of defective performance. Ignoring the warning indicator and putting off maintenance is a good way to invite preventable risks and safety consequences.

If brake pads continue to wear beyond the warning indicator, here is what to expect next:

  • Grinding, rubbing, or other metal-on-metal noises
  • Must push the brake pedal down farther to stop successfully
  • The brake pedal has a strange feeling, usually overly stiff or soft
  • Shaking in the brake pedal or steering wheel
  • Burning smell near the wheels
  • Brake system warning light
 

A certified technician will remove all of the vehicle's worn brake pads, inspect the full brake system comprehensively as well as the exposed steering and handling components, and if all is well, install new Ford OEM brake pads from our Ford parts department. Schedule service online or call us today to set up your next brake pad replacement service at Chapman Ford.

Contact

Chapman EHT, NJ

6744 Black Horse Pike
Directions Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234

  • Sales: (855) 422-2871
  • Service: (855) 852-8334
  • Parts: (855) 236-5950

Service Hours

  • Monday 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
  • Tuesday 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday 7:30 am - 7:00 pm
  • Thursday 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Sunday Closed

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