Is Your Brake Pedal Getting Spongy?

When your vehicle's brakes begin the fail, one of the first indications you may notice as a driver is that your brake pedal is "spongy," meaning that you have to step down on it harder than usual to stop your car.

When your brake pedal doesn't stop your car like it used to, it's usually a sign that your brakes are losing their stopping power. This can be caused by a number of possible issues, including brake fluid leaks, air in the brake lines, failing brake pads, or worn out master cylinders.

At our service center located in San Jose, we have automotive technicians who have seen all the brake system problems that can happen. Here at Audi Stevens Creek, we have your safety foremost in our minds, so bring your vehicle in for an inspection if you feel your brakes may not be working properly.

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