Brake Service & Repair

Trusted Since 1988…



Proper brake inspections and maintenance should be a top priority in the maintenance of your vehicle. Annual inspections on your entire braking system can actually help you avoid costly brake repairs by reducing the chances of additional part wear and damage caused by worn out pads, shoes, etc. More importantly, failing to inspect and maintain your brake system could be compromising the safety of you and your vehicle’s passengers as well as others on the road. Check out our blog to learn more about braking systems, common failures, and symptoms of braking systems that need attention.

Livingston Counties Brake Specialists

Since 1988, A Plus Transmission & Auto Repair has been the trusted source for brake repairs & inspections. Our certified technicians will perform a thorough evaluation on your entire braking system to accurately determine exactly what problem you may have and what it will take to get you back on the road safely. By having your brakes inspected regular you can rest assured that you have done everything you can to maintain your braking system and ensure your safety when traveling.

Our Services

We have the knowledge and experience needed to perform complete brake system diagnosis and repairs on all makes and models of vehicles, both domestic and foreign. We can handle any and all brake system issues, including everything from the simplest to most complex issues. Whether your vehicle has drum or disc brakes, the crew at A Plus is more than equipped with the tools and expertise to get you back on the road. Below you will find a list of some of the most typical braking system services and repairs we perform:


♦  Complete brake system inspections
♦  Complete brake jobs
♦  Drum & shoe replacement
♦  Pad & rotor replacement
♦  Caliper Replacement
♦  Replacement of brake lines and hoses
♦  Anti-Lock diagnostics
♦  Brake fluid flush/service
♦  Wheel bearing repair and replacement

♦  Emergency brake/parking brake
♦  ABS lights
♦  Brake lights
♦  Power brake boosters
♦  Traction control
♦  Hydraulic issues
♦  Wheel cylinders
♦  Master cylinders
♦  & More


Symptom Center

♦  Car pulls to one side during braking
♦  Brake pedal pulsates when you apply the brakes
♦  Noise when you step on the brake pedal
♦  Brakes grind with continuous loud metallic noise
♦  Repeatedly need to add brake fluid to the master cylinder
♦  Brake or ABS warning light comes on
♦  Brake pedal is either mushy/spongy or very hard to depress
♦  Brakes grab, causing jerky stops
♦  Brakes must be pumped to work properly
♦  Wheel(s) are excessively hot after short drives
♦  Brake fluid leaks are seen around any wheel or in engine compartment, near master cylinder
♦  Brake fluid very low or very dirty looking
♦  Brakes are smoking

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with any transmission issues you may have and let the experts give you advice as to what options you may have for repairs!

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