Brake & Clutch in Warners Bay



Check Your Brakes Regularly

The brake system is one of the most crucial components of your vehicle, and having it checked regularly can mean the difference between life and death.

Here are some signs when you should visit a professional:
  • Brake fluid is leaking
  • Hand brake doesn’t seem as effective as before
  • The car pulls to one side & takes too long to stop
  • Brake pedal becomes “spongy”
  • The brake warning light on the dashboard is on
Our expert mechanic can carry out a detailed inspection of your vehicle’s entire brake system, including lining condition, rotors and drums, calipers and wheel cylinders, brake hardware, hoses, lines and the master cylinder.

We offer brake fluid flush, brake replacements and disc and drum machining. In other words, our team of experts will do everything necessary to optimise the performance of your brakes and keep you and your family safe.

Clutch Inspection & Replacement

A clutch is a mechanical device used in manual vehicles to transfer rotational power from the engine to the wheels. Although they last long, these devices wear out over time.

If you need to replace them or you want a professional to check your brakes, do not hesitate to call Warners Tyre & Mechanical today!

Frequently Asked Questions

When should I replace the clutch on my vehicle?
If you notice anything out of the ordinary, it is a sign to visit a professional. You might find it is harder to press down on the clutch or notice unusual sounds when you change gears. Either way, Warners Bay Tyre & Mechanical is at your service to identify and fix the issue with your clutch as soon as possible.
Why are my brakes noisy?
Although a minimal level of noise is acceptable, always be cautious about excessive grinding, screeching, squealing or other unusual sounds. It might be an indicator that you should have your brake system checked.
How long should my brake pads last?
It varies from how you use them, which is why the usual lifespan of brake pads can be anywhere from 15,000 to 75,000 kilometres. High heat, which might be caused by constant braking, heavy loads and steep terrain, is the leading cause of premature wearing of brake pads.