Nissan Brake Rotor Service

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Nissan Brake Rotor Service in Las Vegas

nissan brake inspection service

Nissan Brakes and Rotors Problems

Your wheel rotors are attached to the outside of the wheel and allow the calipers to press brake pads against their surface to stop the vehicle. The intense stopping force from your brake system is delivered to the rotors to create intense friction and heat. Continuous application of friction and heat to the rotors can cause them to warp, bend, or crack. Old, worn out brake pads can also leave scratches and impact grooves on the rotors to ruin their flat surface.

Signs of a Brake Problem

  1. There are three warning signs that you have a brake problem:
  2. You hear brake noise
  3. You feel a pulsation or shimmy in the brake pedal
  4. The brake pedal feel has become softer or harder than usual

Faulty Rotors are a Safety Concern

If the flat rotor surface becomes compromised, your vehicle will lose stopping power and will be a safety concern if left unattended. Nissan engineers design rotors with safety specifications that are important to follow. As rotors get more miles and age, the rotor integrity can fall outside of the Nissan safety specification and cause damages to other brake system components or you might lose stopping power altogether.

Bad Rotors: Turning or Replacement?

Worn out rotors that show signs of wear & tear need to be resurfaced or replaced entirely depending upon their condition. Depending on their condition, it might be impossible to resurface the rotors to get them back to factory specifications. If resurfacing won’t work, then a factory trained Nissan certified technician will need to perform a rotor replacement service.

Schedule Service

If you have signs of a brake problem or if you know that your rotors need to be inspected, contact United Nissan of Las Vegas today to schedule your next Nissan Brake Service. A factory trained Nissan certified technician will inspect your brake system including the rotors and turn or replace them as needed. Don’t risk safety by skimping out on much-needed service. Schedule an appointment today and get your Nissan brake system and rotors back to factory specifications.

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We are conveniently located at 3025 E Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89104. That’s just off of Boulder Hwy.

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Why United Nissan Service Center?

  • Nissan Certified Trained Technicians
  • Luxurious Customer Lounge
  • Express Service Offerings
  • Courtesy Service Shuttle
  • Complementary Coffee
  • Stocked Snack and Beverage Bar
  • Flat Screen T.V.
  • Parts Boutique
  • Friendly Staff
  • Magazines & Newspapers