We operate a Nissan certified service department at HGreg Nissan of Delray Beach. We provide all of the brakes services that your vehicle will need, including brake pad replacement. A certified technician will complete your service, and we only install the highest quality genuine OEM Nissan brake pads. Since we know your vehicle professionally and offer the highest quality service, we provide a much higher quality and more valuable brake pad replacement service than independent service shops nearby. When you need the best braking system care, we invite you to get the best from us.
The Nissan braking system relies on hydraulics to clamp brake pads against rotors. This powerful clamping action is what causes the friction and resistance that is your vehicle’s stopping power. This means brake pads are vital to your vehicle’s ability to stop successfully. It is important to remember that brake pads have a unique design whereby they wear down, so the calipers and rotors do not get damaged.
At HGreg Nissan Delray, we offer both Front and Rear brake pad services.
As brake pads wear down over tens of thousands of miles, they have a warning tab that strikes the rotor disc to emit an audible squeal or screech signaling that it is time to replace the worn pads. This warning sound was selected by engineers to signal exactly when brake pads reach a point of diminishing returns and increased risk. Here are all of the warning signs of worn brake pads beyond this warning noise:
This is difficult to predict accurately for individual Nissans as brake pads wear according to driving conditions and styles. This is why it is important to have the brakes inspected frequently and replace the pads when they are worn out. By getting your routine maintenance services at HGreg Nissan of Delray Beach, we will help you stay on top of your brake pads with complimentary multi-point inspections alongside other services.
Brake pad replacement service often begins with an inspection. If the pads are worn out, we will have a certified technician remove them, inspect the other braking components, including the rotors, and then install genuine Nissan OEM brake pads to specifications.