Whether you recently bought a brand new Subaru, or you’re still driving the reliable Subaru you bought years ago, you will need brakes service eventually. Your Subaru might be telling you it’s time to head to the dealership and get your brakes checked. If you hear squealing or grinding when braking, chances are it’s time to have your brakes inspected. Keeping up-to-date on your vehicle’s maintenance is key to the longevity of your Subaru, so make sure you don’t ignore the signs when your vehicle is telling you that it’s time.
How do I know if I need my brakes inspected?
If you hear squealing or grinding when you apply the brakes. This may be caused by worn-down brake pads
If your brake pedal feels spongy. This is likely due to air in the brake lines or low brake fluid
If your vehicle is pulling to one side, you may need your brakes inspected. This could either be a brake issue or an alignment issue, but regardless, you should have your vehicle inspected as soon as possible
If your brake light is illuminated, there is some sort of issue with your brakes, and you should have your vehicle inspected as soon as possible to prevent further damage
If you are experiencing any of the issues above, you should have your Subaru’s brakes inspected immediately. Ignoring the signs could lead to worse and more expensive issues. Ready for a brake inspection? Schedule an appointment today