Trusted Brake Services & Repairs In Conway, AR

Expertly Solving Your Brake Problems

Drive With Confidence

As far as safety is concerned, your brakes are your first line of defense against dangerous collisions. Regular inspections and maintenance can help prevent more expensive repairs down the line and keep your brakes in better condition so you can continue to drive with confidence.

Signs You Need a Brake Inspection

Your Brake Light Is On

Your brake light can come on for any number of reasons, from brake fluid issues to ABS malfunctions, and it is a great initial indicator that you need to schedule an inspection. We’ll run a diagnostic to determine the cause so you can choose what to do next.

Spongy Brake Pedal

Spongy brakes are often caused when air gets trapped in the brake line, or the brake fluid is old and dirty. If your brake pedal starts to feel spongy or depress further to the floorboard than usual, it’s time to schedule an inspection.

Your Vehicle Pulls to One Side When You Brake

If your vehicle pulls to one side when you brake, there could be a problem with your brake calipers. The calipers are powered by the hydraulic brake system and apply pressure to the brake pads to bring the car to a stop. Each wheel has its own brake caliper, and if one of them is sticking, the vehicle will pull to that side.

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Unusual Noises or Vibrations While Braking

If your brake pads are warped, worn, dirty, or damaged, it can cause vibrations as you try to stop. When this happens, your brake pads can’t grip as securely, which impairs your ability to stop.

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Your Brakes Grind, Squeak, or Squeal

Grinding, squeaking, and squealing all indicate worn brake pads. As they wear down and become thinner, a small metal tab contacts the rotor surface, producing the warning sound and telling you it’s time for replacement brake pads.

Our Services

At the first sign of brake issues, we’re the guys to call. We offer:

Inspection & Maintenance

We’ll inspect your vehicle’s entire brake system, including brake pads, rotors, lines, shoes, and more, to determine what needs servicing. We also offer routine maintenance services like brake fluid flushes to keep your brakes functioning between replacements.

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If part of your brake system is damaged or malfunctioning, it’s important to get it repaired right away. From brake fluid leaks to parking brake issues, we can repair it all.

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Some components of your vehicle’s braking system have to be replaced regularly to ensure they function properly and prevent damage to other components. Your brake pads should be replaced once they reach around 3mm depth, which can be determined during your routine inspection.

People you know. Work you can trust.

At Robert Jr’s Tire & Auto, we offer the customer service of a small-town mom-and-pop with the brands and expert services you’d expect from a business twice our size. At the end of the day, our customers are the reason we do what we do, and we’re committed to keeping you and your family safe and on the road.

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Buy Now. Pay Later.

We offer financing options so you can get the services, products, and accessories without breaking the bank.

"Friendly, helpful mechanics. They got my car in right away, diagnosed and fixed it very quickly as well! I am very happy with their services."

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