The Toyota braking system generates stopping power by generating friction and resistance to the forward momentum at the wheels. Hydraulic brakes require routine inspections, and a few braking components depreciate and require routine maintenance. We welcome Toyota drivers in Muskogee, Fort Gibson, Coweta, Checotah, and Wagoner, OK to visit our certified Toyota service department for braking system service. Certified technicians complete routine brake maintenance and repairs according to factory specifications and only install genuine OEM parts. Many customers check the current specials and pay less for certified Toyota brake services. Schedule brake service today at James Hodge Toyota.
Automotive brakes need routine inspections to promote safety by knowing when certain components need maintenance. A certified technician assesses braking performance by inspecting the primary components, including brake pad thickness, rotor depreciation, and fluid condition. We recommend getting routine maintenance at the dealership, so we can inspect the braking system when you need an oil change or tire rotation. Drivers also schedule brake inspections if problems develop, such as taking longer to stop, leaking fluid, or dashboard warning light.Learn More
Brake pads are vital braking components as they generate resistance with the rotors. They require routine inspections because they wear down and need replacement service when measuring no less than 3mm. We provide rear, front, and all brake pad replacement services depending on wear.Learn More
Hydraulic brake fluid transfers stopping power efficiently through the brake lines but has a hygroscopic composition susceptible to water absorption. Toyota generally recommends scheduling a brake fluid exchange every 2-3 years to prevent water from boiling into steam that compresses within the brake lines.Learn More
Brake rotors connect to the wheels and have a flat steel disc where brake pads create friction and resistance to momentum. The flat disc portion gets cracks and grooves that reduce the flatness and surface area available to create resistance. Rotor resurfacing restores disc flatness by removing minor cracking and grooving. Bent rotors and those that have worn too deep must be replaced to restore factory specifications.Learn More
Toyota drivers schedule brake services online at any time that’s convenient or by calling the service department when open. Visit us for brake services and enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, refreshments, and local shuttle service while you wait.Schedule Service