Ford Brake Services and Brake Repairs
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Brakes To Go for Mobile Ford Brake Repair Services
When performing Ford brake repairs, pad selection is crucial. At Brakes To Go, we use top-of-the-line ultra-premium Akebono ceramic or semi-metallic brake pads to ensure Ford brakes provide maximum stopping power with little to no dust or noise. Furthermore, our installation of Akebono pads is warrantied for 36 months or 36K miles, whichever comes first. And, of course, our convenient mobile service costs a FRACTION of what you would pay at the Ford dealership.
Ford Brake Service in Texas
36-Month, 36,000-Mile Nationwide Warranty
All Brakes To Go Ford Brake Repairs & Parts are backed by our warranty.
Ford Brake Service Cost
Prices are subject to change according to your vehicle model. Contact us for a free quote.
Complete Ford Rotor and Brake Pad Replacement
Traditional Repair Shop $1030-$1150
Brakes To Go $805-$950
($50 discount on top of 4 wheel pad and rotor replacement)
Brake Pad Replacement for One Axle (Front or Back)
Traditional Repair Shop $250-$300
Brakes To Go $139
Ford Front Brake Pad and Rotor Replacement Cost Average
Traditional Repair Shop $505-$565
Brakes To Go $395-$465
Ford Rear Brake Pad and Rotor Replacement Cost Average
Traditional Repair Shop $525-$585
Brakes To Go $410-$485
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Here are some common Ford brake problems and how you can tell if your Ford brakes need servicing:
Ford Brake Problems and Common Symptoms
- Your Ford is Making Loud Grinding or Squealing Noises When Braking: A grinding sound or any other high-pitched noises during the Ford braking process likely means you’re dealing with worn out brake pads or shoes. It’s time to have your brake pads and shoes inspected because if you continue to drive it puts more stress on the rest of your Ford braking system, resulting in costly repairs. Schedule a Ford brake pad replacement service or shoe replacement service right away to prevent these issues.
- You Feel Pedal Lag When You Brake in Your Ford: 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 brakes can also be an indicator of imminent Ford brake failure. Let a Ford 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.
- A Sharp, Burning Smell Is Coming From Your Ford: A burnt smell, especially after extensive use of the brakes, could mean your Ford brake pads are overheated. This reduces the lifetime of your Ford braking components. Cooling on overheating brakes can also reduce the effectiveness of your brake pads. Have your brake pads inspected as soon as possible, it could be a quick adjustment to make sure your brake pads and calipers are positioned correctly.
- Your Ford Brake Pedal Pulses or Your Steering Wheel Vibrations When You Brake: If you feel vibrations or pulsing in the brake pedal or steering wheel during the process of braking this may be symptoms of a damaged rotor. This can be due to rust, warping of the rotor from excessive braking at high speeds, or to worn down brake pads. Driving a Ford with warped or damaged rotors is not safe, these should be repaired right away. To keep your Ford rotors in good condition, replace your brake pads at reasonable intervals.
- An Alert or Red Warning Light Is On Your Ford Dashboard Regarding Your Brakes: These warning lights can indicate a variety of brake system problems. When the brake pad material is close to completely worn out, the sensor may turn the brake warning light on, to let you know that it is time to check and replace the brakes. Your brake fluid could also be low if you have a fluid leak. Ensure that these issues are addressed as soon as possible for your safety.
Other Important Ford Brake Inspection Concerns
- Checking for even wear and measuring brake pad/shoe thickness
- Ensuring brake lines and master and wheel cylinders aren’t leaking
- Checking rotors for hot spots and run-outs
- Inspecting calipers for wear, ﬂuid leaks and movement
- Checking anti-lock brake sensors
- Testing hardware and making necessary adjustments
- Checking brake ﬂuid condition and levels
Ensure you are getting your Ford brakes inspected by an experienced ASE-certified brake technician when you are experiencing any brake problems.
Ford Brake FAQs
Brakes To Go charges $139- 185 for brake pads and $410- 475 for rotors
Ford brake pads can cost you between $185 per axle and $375 per axle depending on the type of brake pad desired. Brakes To Go mobile brake service only charges around $139 and they come to you for convenient brake jobs.
Ford brake pads usually last between 25,000 and 70,000 miles depending on the Ford model, driving style, and driving conditions.
It is necessary to have Ford brakes inspected regularly. It is recommended every 6 months or every 6,000 miles to ensure proper Ford brake performance.
The type of brake pad varies depending on each Ford model, these brake pads should be made of high-tech materials like ceramics or semi-metallic.
By choosing a mobile brake service like Brakes To Go you are having a specialized Ford brake technician come to you. This is a safe, convenient and affordable choice for your car.
As an authorized TechNet Professional Automotive Service Facility, Ford 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 a Ford F150 to a Ford Mustang and any Ford model in between, Brakes To Go has the technical skills and knowledge to get your Ford brakes repaired accurately, quickly and for the best price.
All Brakes To Go Ford technicians are ASE-Certified, have cleared a criminal background check, and have been in the automotive service field for at least five years.