Brake repair is getting more and more complicated these days. While certain elements of brake repair remain consistent, technology has evolved in such a way that even more safety systems are dependent on precision repairs. If your Volvo check engine light has illuminated or you've heard some crazy sounds from your wheels, come and see us at our state-of-the-art facility in Coconut Creek. Scroll below for more details on scheduling service, routine issues, & more!

Your Ultimate Brake Repair Shop Near Boca Raton

Got weird symptoms? Our factory-trained technicians have outlined a few of the most common issues that might indicate that it's time to come in for brake repair, including:

  • Grinding metal sounds
  • Excessive brake dust on your wheels
  • Mushy brake pedal
  • Brake pedal vibration
  • Brake wear and/or ABS lights have come on
  • Your vehicle pulls to one side while braking
  • Hybrid or EV charging concerns
  • EPB issues or harsh sounds
  • Oil build up on the ground by your wheels and tires

Any of these issues are cause for concern because the control of your vehicle and safety is potentially compromised. Beyond "swapping in new pads," your advanced brake system has components that even determine how your battery charges and how your transmission works. So while the rest of the car brake repair industry catches up on this technology, trust our experts with cutting-edge knowledge. Why would you send your flagship Volvo XC90 anywhere else?

Brake Repair Is Not Brake Repair Anymore

Did you know that your brake pedal doesn't control braking anymore? In the old days, it was you, your foot, a vacuum booster, and your calipers. In today's advanced vehicles like the Volvo XC60 Hybrid, touching the brake pedal initiates a "stopping request" to the ABS ECU. Whether you're braking in bumper-to-bumper traffic in North Miami or hitting the pedal in an emergency, electro-hydraulic valves are in control of absolute pressure. If you feel like you don't have adequate braking pressure, you might not actually need brakes themselves.

Here's another key point that we inspect: your brake lines. If you spend half of the year in northern regions of the US where road-salts are commonly used, you may be a prime candidate for brake line repair. Corrosive road salts can do a number on the delicate pipes that are exposed to the elements. Over time, these corrosive chemicals can cause microscopic leaks (and sometimes substantial leaks), which could lead to disaster! We know what to look for with advanced hydraulic brakes repair. Save time, money, and possibly someone's life. Trust Gunther with your Volvo vehicle.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much should a full brake job cost?

A full brake job varies in price depending on the work needed and the service center you choose. However, when choosing the Gunther Volvo Cars Coconut Creek service center, you will get a great price on every service that your Volvo vehicle will need. Visit us today and discover our service coupons for your next Volvo brake repair service.

What does a full brake service include?

A full Volvo brake repair service can vary depending on the vehicle. Typically, it'll involve thorough inspections of the crucial braking components, such as the pads, rotors, calipers, hoses, lines, and often the fluid reservoir and master cylinder. It also includes flushing and replacing the brake fluid, cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting mechanical components, and replacing worn down components like pads or rotors.

A full brake service can also involve repairing the calipers. The complexities of a vehicle's braking system mean a full brake service is rarely a one-size-fits-all solution, and an inspection is often required to determine what's needed.

How often should brake service be done?

A brake service should typically be performed around every 50,000 miles, but it's highly recommended to schedule a brake inspection at least every six months, even if this mileage is not reached. What's involved in a brake service can also vary depending on the issue or mileage interval. Because of this, any braking issues, including unusual noises or a change in your brake pedal, are cause for immediate concern. When this happens, it's best to schedule a Volvo brake repair service.

Your Volvo vehicle may also have a service reminder or dashboard lights that signify brake issues. If you see them appear, schedule a brake service at Gunther Volvo Cars Coconut Creek as soon as possible.

Savings & More on Brake Repair Near Fort Lauderdale

Give one of our service advisors a call for an appointment or use your Volvo Valet feature found with an active On Call subscription, and we'll handle the rest. Looking for service coupons? We've got those, too, so be sure to ask for current specials on popular services like brake repair, oil change, and starting/charging system service. Yes, your new Volvo XC40 Recharge needs high quality brake repair, too. Your EPA estimated range is a direct result of the materials and procedures used to service your vehicle. Find out other ways we can help you save while maximizing the efficiency of your amazing Volvo vehicle!

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Gunther Volvo Cars Coconut Creek

4350 North State Road 7
Directions Coconut Creek, FL 33073

  • Sales: (954) 590-3760
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  • Parts: (954) 590-3840


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