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    Air Care
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    Exterior Tips
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    Battery Preservation
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    Brake Maintenance

    Know the Signs

    Don't ignore the following red flags—check them out as soon as possible at the first sign of any of these symptoms:

    • A high-pitched squeal when you brake — most pads come with a wear indicator that squeals when your pads need replacing

    • Pedal vibrating or pulsating under normal braking —it may indicate a warped car brake rotor

    • Car pulling to the right or left when braking — could be stuck caliper due to slide pin failure or cracked seal

    • While driving, the brake light on your dashboard suddenly goes on — it could signal that your brakes could be near total failure

    • Brakes that stick or grab — this may signify a failure to release

    • Adjust the mirrors so you are able to see:


    What You'll Need to Change Your Brakes

    Once you've removed the wheels, keep these quality tools close by and within reach:

    Before starting, always ensure your car is parked on a level surface, with the emergency brake engaged.

    Visit the Advance Auto Parts Brake Headquarters.


    Head to your local Advance Auto Parts store for these FREEservices:

    • Free battery check, installation with purchase and recycling

    • Free engine diagnostics

    • Free wiper installation with purchase

    • Free oil recycling