Quality Brake Repair Service

When you press on the brake pedal, you expect optimal performance when you're looking to slow down your vehicle or bring it to a stop. But the brakes are one of the most commonly repaired & replaced parts on any Jeep, Dodge, Chrysler or Ram model.

The team here at our Jeep service center location in Bergen County NJ have yars of experience performing brake repairs on popular models like the Grand Cherokee, Wrangler, Durango, 1500 and Pacifica. We'll ensure that the components we use are designed specifically for the vehicle you drive.

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Who Makes the Brakes For Jeep, Dodge, Chrysler & Ram Models?

There are 2 brands of brakes you can get for your vehicle, the first being Mopar. These brake pads & rotors not only meet FCA standards of durability & corrosion resistance, but also reduce overheating, decrease brake fade & are quiet with ideal stopping power.

If you have a higher-mileage vehicle, you can opt for Magneti Marelli offered by Mopar brake components that are designed & manufactured in accordance to original equipment FCA Engineering specs. These ceramic & semi-metallic pads are built for an accurate fit, fast installation, reliable performance & preventing nose or black dust.

Mopar & Magneti Marelli brakes come with the Lifetime Limited Warranty that includes unlimited mileage to keep your vehicle covered wherever you take it on or off the road. Not to mention all-stainless steel hardware to inhibit rust & prolonging the life of your brakes.

Key Brake Components

  1. Brake pads, which are the friction material designed to stop the vehicle by contacting the rotor or drum
  2. Brake calipers, which are designed to keep the brake pads in the proper position on the rotor
  3. Dust caps, which prevent dirt & other contaminants from getting onto the axle nut area
  4. Brake rotors, which are the steel plates that get squeezed by the brake pads in order to slow down & stop your vehicle

Signs Your Vehicle Needs New Brakes

  1. There's a need to push the brake pedal harder to achieve the same result in slowing down & stopping your vehicle.
  2. There's a squeaking and/or grinding sound that occurs while you're pressing on the brakes.
  3. The brake pedal shakes as you apply it.
  4. A strange fluid shows up under your vehicle's wheels while you're parked.
  5. It's been about 50,000 miles since the last time you've gotten them replaced.

No-Appointment Brake Inspections

When using the Ramsey Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Express Lane, no service appointment is needed to get your brakes inspected while getting your tires rotated. If a more major issue comes up, one of our expertly trained technicians will let you know when you'll need to get it resolved.

Contact our team today to find out more about all of the brake repair & replacement services we offer at our Jeep service center serving Paramus NJ!