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Toyota Brake Supplies | Team Toyota of Princeton
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Monday - Friday7 AM - 7 PM
Saturday7:30 AM - 4 PM
SundayClosed

Team Toyota of Princeton Service Center

BRAKE SERVICE AND REPAIR


 

Genuine Toyota brake components are designed specifically for your car and built to the same high standards as your original parts.

From brake pads to calipers, rotors, drums and shoes, Genuine Toyota brake components help provide safety and durability. Schedule a Toyota Brake Inspection, Service or Repair at Team Toyota of Princeton to help keep your vehicle safe.

Service technician installing a new brake.
 
Team Toyota of Princeton Brakes
 
Why install Genuine Toyota brake pads?
  • Keep your Toyota a Toyota
  • Toyota tested and approved for proper fit, form, and function
  • Ceramic brake pad may help reduce heat, noise, and brake dust, as well as help extend rotor life
  • Factory-trained technicians for proper installation
Indicators replacement may be needed:
  • Increased stopping distance
  • Excessive brake noise
  • Abnormal brake pedal feel
  • Pulling or vibration during braking
  • Excessive brake dust on wheels
Why is it important?
  • Ensures optimal braking performance
  • Contributes to proper vehicle control
  • Helps maintain vehicle safety
  • Maximizes stopping power and improves stopping distance

How often is replacement needed? It depends on the remaining thickness of your brake pads. Your brake pads wear down as you use your brakes. 4-6 millimeters of remaining brakepad thickness means that your brake pads are nearing replacement. Less than 4 millimeters means that they need to be replaced very soon.

 
 
Need new brake pads?

Schedule your appointment with our Service Center today!

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