GM Brake System Repair Tips and Diagnostic Advice
Your GM vehicle's brake system is probably the most important safety system your vehicle has...which is why it's absolutely critical to use OEM brake pads and parts. Many people don't realize that brake systems are designed for a specific combination of rotor/drum and pad/shoe. If you replace OEM brake pads with an after-market pad, you may find the pad doesn't last as long, makes noise, or leaves large amounts of brake dust on your wheels. If you replace OEM rotors with cheap after-market rotors, you may experience brake fade, vibrations during heavy braking, or premature pad wear.
The point? Please don't compromise your safety or your vehicle's performance to save a few bucks on brake pads. We've got the best brake pads and parts available for your vehicle, and we sell them at a healthy discount to make them as affordable as possible. Just order online and you'll have your new pads/parts in a few days.
We've compiled some information to help you diagnose and/or fix problems with your vehicle's brake system, and you can find an alphabetical list of the guides we've created below. If you have a specific question about the parts you need, or if you see an issue with our guides, please contact us or call 877-498-7278.