Audi Brake Service
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Brakes To Go for Mobile Audi Brake Repairs
Brakes To Go will measure your rotors for run out and thickness before their replacement and if they’re within specifications, you can trust that we won’t sell you unneeded parts and services. When performing Audi brake repairs pad selection is crucial. At Brakes To Go, our Audi brake technicians know specifically what types of brake pads, rotor parts or calipers your Audi needs to ensure your Audi brakes provide maximum stopping. Furthermore, our Audi brake repairs are warrantied for 36 months or 36K miles, whichever comes first. And, of course, our convenient mobile service costs much less than what you would pay at the Audi dealership.
Audi Brake Services in Texas
36-Month, 36,000-Mile Nationwide Warranty
All Brakes To Go Audi Brake Repairs & Parts are backed by our warranty.
Audi Brake Service Cost
Prices are subject to change according to your vehicle model. Contact us for a free quote.
Complete Audi Rotor and Brake Pad Replacement
Traditional Repair Shop $1050-1650
Dealership $ 1550-$2750
Brakes To Go $810-1175
($50 discount on top of 4 wheel pad and rotor replacement)
Brake Pad Replacement for One Axle (Front or Back)
Traditional Repair Shop $320-$370
Brakes To Go $220-$270
Audi Front Brake Pad and Rotor Replacement Cost Average
Traditional Repair Shop $550-$850
Brakes To Go $425-$575
Audi Rear Brake Pad and Rotor Replacement Cost Average
Traditional Repair Shop $500-$800
Brakes To Go $385-$600
Audi Brake Fluid
Change Cost Average
Traditional Repair Shop $100-$150
Brakes To Go $55
Audi Brake Calipers
Traditional Repair Shop $450-$500
Brakes To Go $175-$295
Here are some common Audi brake problems and how you can tell if your brakes need servicing:
Audi Brake Problems and Common Symptoms
- Your Audi Brakes is Making Loud Squeaking, Grinding, or Screeching Noises: A grinding sound or any other high-pitched noises during the Audi braking process likely means you’re dealing with worn out brake pads. This noise could also mean your disc and the caliper are rubbing together. Letting this go can cause further rotor damage. So, if you hear screeching or grinding when you come to a stop, there’s a good chance your brakes should be replaced. Schedule an Audi brake pad replacement service or get your brakes inspected right away to fix any Audi brake issues.
- Your Pedal Goes to the Floor or You Feel a “Soft” Brake Pedal When You Brake: If you feel like your pedal travels further than it should when pushing on the brakes, you may be feeling some brake pad issues or you may have a leak somewhere in your braking system. A soft or spongy feeling when applying pressure to the brake can also be an indicator of imminent brake failure. Let an Audi brake professional diagnose the issue as soon as you feel something is off, this will help avoid a loss of braking capability and extensive damages.
- Your Audi is Vibrating, Pulsing or Pulling to the Side When You Apply Your Brakes: If you feel vibrations, or pulsing in the brake pedal or steering wheel during braking this may be symptoms of damaged or warped rotors. You may also notice your Audi is drifting to the side as you brake. This could be a result of uneven brake pads or uneven calipers. Driving an Audi with warped or damaged rotors is not safe, and these should be repaired right away. To keep your Audi rotors in good condition, replace your brake pads at reasonable intervals.
- Your Audi Brake Warning Light Turns On: Almost every Audi for the past 20 years has been equipped with electronic brake pad wear sensors. These sensors warn you about the condition of the Audi brake pads. If you see the brake warning light turn on, don’t ignore it. The longer you wait, the more you risk expensive damage and safety problems.
Ensure you are getting your Audi brakes inspected by an experienced ASE-certified brake technician when you are experiencing any brake problems.
Not sure how to address your Audi brake problems? Need a convenient mobile brake inspection? Brakes To Go is happy to help. Contact us or get a free quote today!
Audi Brake FAQs
Audi dealerships can charge from $1550-$2750 for a complete Audi rotor and brake pad replacement. Brakes To Go mobile brake service only charges around $810-$1175 and they come to you for convenient brake jobs.
Metal particles in the brake pads or brake dust will cause squeaking when they rub against the metal brake rotors, which is normal. It could also be. High-pitched noises during the Audi braking process could also mean you’re dealing with worn out brake pads. Get your brake inspected by a Brakes To Go brake technician right away to fix any Audi brake issues.
Brakes on average last around 30,000 to 60,000 miles, with front brakes usually wearing out before rear brakes. This wear greatly depends on driving habits and other driving factors. Get a free Audi brake inspection where Brakes To Go mobile brake service will come to you for convenient brake replacements.
Semi-metalic or ceramic depending on the Audi model.
Around 45 minutes. Brakes To Go will come to you for quick and convenient Audi brake repairs.
By choosing a mobile brake service like Brakes To Go you are having a specialized Audi brake technician come to you. This is a safe, convenient and affordable choice for your car.
As an authorized TechNet Professional Automotive Service Facility, Audi brake repairs by Brakes To Go are covered by a nationwide limited repair warranty that extends across North America for 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first.
From an Audi R8 to a Q5 and any Audi model in between, Brakes To Go has the technical skills and knowledge to get your Audi brakes repaired accurately, quickly and for the best price.
All Brakes To Go Audi technicians are ASE-Certified, have cleared a criminal background check, and have been in the automotive service field for at least five years.