Brake Service and Repair

AAMCO Colorado Brake Service – Keeping You Safe!

Brake Service, Brake Repair, and Brake Replacement Your vehicle’s brakes are the most important safety feature of your car, truck or SUV. Annual inspections and maintenance to your brake system are necessary to avoid costly and hazardous failures. This will ensure you and your family are safe while on the road. Contact a Colorado AAMCO location near you for a FREE brake inspection!

A Colorado AAMCO Transmission & Total Car Care expert technician will examine your entire braking system. This includes pads/shoes, hydraulic fluids, rotor/drum wear, calipers and wheel cylinders, brake hardware, hoses and lines, master cylinder, and the anti-lock system. If a brake replacement is necessary, an AAMCO brake mechanic will be able to explain to you all the options available and the best course of action to take. We guarantee our services with the Best Nationwide Warranty

5 Signs You May Need A Brake Servicing Immediately

  1. Unusual Noises. If you hear your brakes squeal or make a grinding noise when you use them

  2. Brake Warning Lights.

  3. Pulling.

  4. Vibrations.

  5. Brake pedal depressed nearly to the floor

Schedule an Appointment with your local AAMCO Colorado Repair Shop. Why Schedule Online?

Your request will go to the shop of your choice and be reviewed by a manager to set up your appointment. If your requested date and time are not available we will work with you to get your car in as soon as possible. Don’t forget to see our service specials and print out some coupons.

“Everything that you could want in a quality mechanic. Trustworthy, intelligent, professional, and FAST!” ★★★★★ – Russel M.

  • *Please note that we do our best to serve each and every customer. Appointments booked less than 24-36 hours in advance might not be available. A manager will contact you directly.

If our FREE inspection uncovers any wear, damage, or other problems, your Colorado AAMCO auto brake service includes:

  • Replacing Worn Pads & Shoes
  • Wheel Bearings Repacked as Needed
  • Lubrication for Specified Components
  • Rotor & Drum Resurfacing (may need replacement if wear is excessive)
  • Replacement of Other Components Based on Findings of Inspection
  • Old Brake Fluid is Replaced with Fresh Fluid
  • Adjusting Parking Brake
  • Road Test to Ensure the Entire Braking System is Operating Properly

We understand that car brake replacement and car brake services can be both confusing and stressful but if you know your brakes are acting up, it is absolutely necessary you have it looked at. Contact your local AAMCO dealer to Schedule an Appointment for a FREE Diagnostic Test and let us help keep your vehicle safe and sound so you can drive worry-free.

For more information on your local AAMCO location, check the map below.

AAMCO Denver

187 W. Alameda Ave. | Denver, CO, 80223

AAMCO Colorado Springs

432 W. Garden of the Gods Rd. | Colorado Springs, CO, 80907

AAMCO Brighton

10500 Havana Ct. Unit A | Brighton, Co, 80601

AAMCO Aurora (Hampden & Tower)

18355-A E. Girard Avenue | Aurora, CO, 80013

AAMCO Aurora, E Colfax Ave

14871 E Colfax Avenue | Aurora, CO, 80011

AAMCO Arvada

6437 Miller Street | Arvada, Colorado, 80004

AAMCO Littleton

10168 W. Chatfield Ave. | Littleton, CO, 80127

AAMCO Pueblo

1910 W US Hwy 50 | Pueblo, Colorado, 81008

AAMCO Northglenn

11450 Huron Street | Northglenn, Colorado, 80234

AAMCO Longmont

1611 Vista View Dr | Longmont, Colorado, 80504

AAMCO Greeley

2445 West 29th St. | Greeley, Colorado, 80631

AAMCO Lakewood

8808 W Colfax Avenue | Lakewood, Colorado, 80215

AAMCO Fort Collins

3737 S. Mason Street | Ft. Collins, Colorado, 80525

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