Murry Brake Repair

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Brake issues rank among the most common car repairs and require careful attention and expertise. Not only is the brake system fundamental to the day-to-day operation of your vehicle, but it is also your car’s most important safety feature. Brakes require routine maintenance and occasional repair in order to ensure optimal performance and safety. At Master Muffler Murry, our Utah mechanics are experts in diagnosing and repairing issues with the braking system. Whether it be a simple change of brake pads or a comprehensive brake system repair, we have the resources and expertise necessary to accomplish the task.

Look to us for your Brake Needs

Whether your brakes are worn and squealing or just need a tune-up, let us fix your brakes. We’ll have you safely on the road in no time.

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How Brakes Work

Most vehicles utilize hydraulics in their braking systems meaning that fluid is used to transfer force. When you apply pressure to the brake pedal, that force is then multiplied by the power booster and master cylinder. Then, brake fluid is forced through tubes and channels known as brake lines and hoses. Once the fluid reaches the drum or disk brakes, the pressure is transferred to the brake pad where friction between the pad and the rotor slows the wheel and ultimately brings the vehicle to a stop.

Given the complexity of the braking system, there is room for issues to arise over time. That is why it is important to have your brakes inspected routinely (every six to eight months) or immediately if one of the below warning signs manifests.

When to Seek a Mechanic

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Some clear signs of worn or malfunctioning brakes include:


  • Grinding Noises
  • Pedal and Wheel Vibrations
  • Burning Smells
  • Brake Pedal Pressure Loss
  • Brake Light Indicator


Get an Inspection, Today!

Brakes are one of the most important safety features on your vehicle and they are in constant use. Utah has extreme seasonal changes, so it is important to make sure your brakes are always in great shape. If you aren’t sure how to check your brakes, then bring them to us for a full inspection. We’ll make sure your vehicle leaves the lot in the best condition possible.

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