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Your brakes will show a few signs of wear, and this gives you a chance to schedule that appointment. Here are some signs you’ll want to watch for:
Your brake system has numerous components, including pads, rotors, and calipers. These are in addition to the lines and hoses that connect the whole system. Issues with any one of these components may cause the symptoms outlined above.
For example, worn out brake pads will often squeak. If they wear down further, it will result in a grinding sound. Brake pad wear is to be expected, especially for those that tow or haul a lot of cargo or brake very hard.
Those vibrations we mentioned could be caused by rotor issues, and our technicians can smooth out the surface if needed. Vibrations might actually be related to your vehicle’s wheel alignment, which we can also address.
Air or brake fluid leaks may result in the “soft” pedal feeling described earlier, while a car pulling to one side might mean an issue with the brake lining or possibly the calipers.
Your Mazda’s brakes are pumping smoothly, so it’s time to see what’s happening throughout New Orleans, LA. It’s a great place for those who love to eat great food, and there’s no shortage of restaurants throughout the city.
Head on down to the French Quarter to visit places like Brennan’s and Arnaud’s Restaurant if you’d like to try some Creole or French cuisine to start off the night right.
Now that you’re fueled—and have fuel in your gas tank—consider a visit to the Mahalia Jackson Theater to see a comedy or ballet show. If you’d like an extra performance before the night is over, visit Bourbon Street to see Fritzel’s European Jazz Club perform some classic tunes.