To get the best performance and long life out of your new Goodyear Brakes braking system, you need to take extra time and care to ensure your brake system works as intended. Here's some good guidance.
With proper care and attention to detail, a brake job on most any vehicle is still well within the skill set of the average do-it-yourselfer or hobbyist. Here are some tips on tools and safety from Goodyear Brakes.
Changing your brakes is no easy task. Your car features an intricate braking system. A whole range of components work in tandem to ensure that you stop safely and on time when you hit the brakes.
When your vehicle’s wheels are in motion, it’s called kinetic energy. The brake system is responsible for turning kinetic energy into heat energy using friction applied indirectly to the wheels.
Here are ten helpful tips when changing or installing your Goodyear Brakes. You will find guidance on choosing the correct brakes, cleaning and lubricating tips, caliper and rotor removal advice and more.