Ford Vehicle Service Information In Penticton BC
Ford Service Information For Penticton BC

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<a href="[New%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C%2C]"><img src="images/upload/February_2022/SER-4-2021-ford-f-series-truck-service-penticton-bc.jpg"alt="Two black and one white 2021 Ford F-Series trucks parked side by side on a rocky cliff"/></a>By the time you hear squealing, squeaking and grinding, brake damage has already occurred on your medium-duty truck. These sounds are a sign of rotor damage – a key component of your braking system that includes the callipers, pads and shoes. All parts work together to stop the vehicle when applying pressure to the brakes. If one part is not functioning at its optimal level, the entire braking system is compromised.

To avoid this problem, have the brakes of your commercial fleet vehicles inspected during each oil change at Skaha Ford in BC. Our Technicians will ensure that your brake pads have enough material on them so that the rotors don’t become damaged. As brake pads wear, they get thinner. Additionally, the front pads wear faster than the rear by a ratio of 2:1 since there is more load placed on the front when braking, especially when hauling heavy equipment. 

During your inspection, if braking components require replacement, our Technicians will recommend the best parts for your medium-duty truck to ensure its performance and minimize downtime while ensuring longevity.

Need to get your medium-duty trucks looked at by a team of professionals? Contact our experts at Skaha Ford in BC today to schedule an appointment.

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