Not sure when to replace brake pads? Need somewhere to go when brake problems pop up? Turn to American Fusion Wheels for expert advice and top-notch brake repair service. Find your nearby American Fusion Wheels location now, and make your appointment online with just a few clicks. It’s never been easier to take care of your brakes!
Professional Brake Inspection
At your local American Fusion Wheels, we’ll test your brake fluids, inspect your parking brake, and measure wear on your front and rear brake pads, rotors, and drums for any signs of bad brakes. Check out your nearest store’s page for info on hours and services!
Replacement Brake Pads & More
You really can have it all at your nearby American Fusion Wheels. Our expert technicians are here to help ensure your brakes have all the stopping power you need. From standard brake repair service to more complex brake system repairs, we have you covered.
Highest Quality Brake Parts
Dealing with old brake pads or rotors? We’ve got you covered. You deserve top-quality brake replacement parts, and at American Fusion Wheels, that’s what you’ll find. We’re proud to use industry-leading brands for our replacement brake parts that meet or exceed the manufacturer's specifications.
Our Brake Maintenance & Repair Services
Standard Brake Service*
Installation of new brake pads or shoes
Resurfacing or replacement of brake rotors or drums
Inspection of brake components
Lifetime parts warranty on brake pads and shoes, and a 12-month, 12,000-mile labor warranty
Lifetime parts warranty for brake disc pads and shoes
24,000-mile/24 month labor warranty*
Common Brake Problems
If something feels off with your brakes, ignoring the signs can only lead to worsening brake problems in the future. As soon as you notice any of the following signs, it’s a good idea to bring your vehicle to a American Fusion Wheels near you. These symptoms could indicate brake problems such as bad brake pads, brake fluid leaks, a faulty ABS, and more.
Your brakes are making noises, including grinding, squealing, or metal on metal noises.
The pedal feels spongy when the brakes are applied.
Your steering wheel shakes while braking.
Your vehicle wobbles or pulsates when you brake at any speed.
Your car seems to pull to one side when you brake.
The brake light or ABS light on your dashboard is illuminated.