That Sinking Feeling | Brakes, Master Cylinder

Have a sinking feeling when you brake? Time to drop by a Madison auto repair shop.

When you were driving home from work last night, you had a worrisome experience. While you were stopped at a red light, your brake pedal suddenly sank a bit. Your car didn’t move and your brakes seemed fine afterwards. But you’re wondering if you should drop by a Madison auto repair shop to have your brakes checked out.

It’s always better to be safe than sorry where brakes are concerned. It might be nothing. Or it could be serious – your master cylinder, the part that supplies the pressure to your brakes. Brake fading, or sinking, is one of the symptoms of a brake master cylinder that needs fixing or replacement. Other symptoms, according to ehow.com: a pedal that does not return to normal position when you push on it, leaking fluids, reduced stopping power, and your brake warning light.

The Madison auto repair experts are found at Terry’s Car Care. Terry’s has had the trusted auto mechanics in Madison for almost 50 years. It’s the go-to place for auto repair, tire service and tire repair. Terry’s is conveniently located in the isthmus, so it’s close to everything. And, as an extra benefit, if you bring your car to Terry’s, you have a place to park it for free while you go to work, dine or have fun (Wisconsin Historical Museum, perhaps?). While you’re here having your brakes checked out, ask about our discounts on certain auto parts.

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