Most often, squeaking brakes are caused by worn brake pads, which is completely normal. Brake pads have something called a “wear indicator,” which is a piece of metal that scrapes against your brake rotors when the metal of the pads wears down. When you hear that noise, it simply means it’s time to replace your brake pads.
Schedule service as soon as possible to ensure proper brake function.
If your vehicle does need an element of the braking system repaired, then you can count on us to use genuine original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts for the required parts replacements. These come directly from the manufacturer and are most likely to keep your vehicle built to factory specifications. This is good for performance while also keeping your Chevy compliant with your warranty and/or lease agreement (if applicable).
It’s tough to put a specific number on the length of time that brake repairs can take. Our team is dedicated to working both thoroughly and efficiently. If your car’s brakes need some extra attention, we welcome you to relax in our customer lounge or take our shuttle back home or to work. We also offer rental vehicles if we need to work on your vehicle for a few days.