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2801 E Arkansas Ln #101

Arlington, TX 76010










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Brake Replacement Arlington

Has it been more than 12,000 miles since you’ve had your brakes inspected? If so you may be in need of brake replacement and repair.  Do you share your car with other drivers? If so, your braking habits may differ and you might need to get your car in to have it checked well before the 12,000-mile mark. Do you hear a high-pitched noise when you begin to brake? Are your brakes grinding when you come to a stop? The sooner you bring your car in the better off you’ll be.

Brake Replacement Is Crucial

Having your brakes checked on a regular basis can save you both time and money, and it just might save your life. Yeah, you heard that right, brakes are one of the most important components of your vehicle’s operating system. If you can stop you just might cause an accident, which can be detrimental to yours and your family’s safety.


Precise Auto Repairs is your one-stop shop for all your automotive repair needs. We are your brake replacement and repair specialists serving Arlington, Texas and the surrounding communities. Our regular brake inspection services will determine how well your brakes are wearing and if you need to have any component of your braking system repaired or replaced. Don’t take your brakes for granted, they just might save your life.

Our Brake Repair Consists of;

  • Replacement and installation of brake hardware
  • Repair and replacement of rotors
  • Repair of calipers, and brake pads,
  • Replacement of hoses, drums, and master brake cylinders.
  • Resurfacing of drums and rotors if necessary
  • Cleaning and adjusting drum brakes and pads.
  • Repair and replacement of parking brakes
  • Brake fluid flush
  • Removal of air within the brake lines
  • Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) diagnostics and repair

Caliper Replacement
Master Cylinder Replacement
Brake Lines
Brake Adjustments
Brake Pads
Parking Brake Repair
Brake Fluid Flush

Why Does My Brake Pedal Go To The Floor?

One reason why your brake pedal might go to the floor when attempting to apply the brakes is that you may be out of brake fluid. In other words, you have a brake line leaking or there is something else going on in the braking system that is causing you to lose brake fluid.

The Master Cylinder

The reason you may be losing brake fluid is that your master cylinder could be failing. The master cylinder works by compressing the brake fluid in your brake lines, causing your brakes to be applied when you push on the brake pedal. If there is no fluid in the master cylinder the pedal will go to the floor and your brakes will not work.

Call Today To Get Your Car or Truck In For A Brake System Inspection

Saves Time

Saves Money

And It Could Save Your Life