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Brake Service, Repair and Testing in Maryborough

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Regarding brakes, you should never ignore them until brake repairs become required.

Routine examination as part of our 65 point vehicle report, which forms part of all full car services conducted at Maryborough Service Centre, are important for ensuring the vehicle's braking system is correctly maintained. Our qualified service crew will be able to inform you where they suspect that service or repair of a car's brake system is a wise choice to prevent it turning into a bigger problem.

Brake services on offer at Maryborough Service Centre include:

  • Replace Brake Pads
  • Brake Fluid Flush And Replacement
  • Brake Disc/Rotor And Drum Machining or Resurfacing
  • Brake Disc And Drum Replacement
  • Replacing Brake Calipers
  • Replacement Of Brake Hoses And Lines
  • Complete Brake Systems Replaced

Get more information about Brake Services from your Repco Authorised Dealer Here.

If you learn of any symptoms that your car's braking system may be in need of a servicing it's simple to book online to get your braking system checked out in our Maryborough service centre today.


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Brake Service By Qualified Mechanic

Brake warning signs to be observant of:

  • Stickiness Of Brake Pedal
  • Brakes Very Noisy
  • Swerving Under Braking
  • Vibration While Braking
  • Brake Light Illuminated
  • Spongy Feeling In Brake Pedal
  • Altered Stopping Distance
  • Hard Feel To Brake Pedal


To learn more regarding these warning signs along with the hypothetical causes visit 5 Warning Signs your Brakes need servicing

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