About Brake pedal is spongy Inspection
Brake Pedal is Spongy InspectionYour brake pedal should feel firm when you push down on it, and it should not take much for your brakes to become engaged when you attempt to slow or stop your vehicle. If you notice your brake pedal feels soft or spongy and requires more effort or pressure to engage, there may be a problem with the system. What could be the issue that requires a brake pedal is spongy inspection?Moisture in your brake fluidAir in the brake linesBrake line damageDamaged caliperMaster cylinder wear Some people may think that a brake pedal becoming spongy over time is normal, but that is not the case. A spongy brake pedal could mean your braking is becoming compromised, so it’s a good idea to have GoWrench do an inspection. What to expectYour certified mechanic will arrive during your scheduled time slotYour GoWrench mechanic will inspect all components of the brake system Your GoWrench mechanic will provide detailed feedback on your issue How is a brake pedal is spongy inspection done by a mechanic? Your certified GoWrench Mechanic will checkall components of the brake system including the brake lines, the calipers, the rotors, pads and master cylinderOnce completed, your certified GoWrench Mechanic will provide a detailed description of the issue and next steps. How important is having a brake pedal is spongy inspection? Your brakes are the most important safety feature in your vehicle. It is extremely important to have any issue - big or small - with your brakes checked out by a professional.