CRM Mitchell1 2019-07-05T22:00:36+00:002013 Chevrolet Equinox CRM Mitchell1 2019-07-05T22:00:36+00:00
- Brake Rotor Service: Remove any necessary vehicle components to gain access to the brake rotor. Remove existing Brake Rotor and inspect rotor for signs of blueing (An indicator of overheating) Inspect for pitting and measure brake rotor thickness and lateral run-out. Verify minimum thickness specs and attach rotor to machining equipment. Perform machine work to true rotor. Re-inspect and verify proper thickness and reinstall on vehicle. Torque brake rotor to proper specs. Road test as necessary for proper brake operation. Remachine Rear Rotors Note: Some Brake Rotor machining operations will require the brake pads to re-seat and mate with the Brake Rotor surface. This may cause the brakes not to perform properly. The vehicle will not stop as quick as necessary and may cause a gliding feeling when attempting to stop. Please allow extra distance for stopping and try not to get into any panic stops as your brakes may not function properly until the brake pads and rotors re-seat. This may take a day or two. If the brake function does not return to normal operation in a day or two, call and schedule in for a road test and evaluation.
Joanne H. gave our service a 5 star review on 7/4/2019