Brake maintenance is part of Mazda’s recommended maintenance schedule and is designed to keep your brake system functioning properly. In our Canadian climate, brake maintenance is important for:
Your safety is our number one priority. The braking system is one of the main safety elements active in any vehicle. Brake maintenance will ensure that the braking system is always in perfect working order.
OWER MAINTENANCE COST
Brake maintenance will help extend the life of critical brake components such as pads and rotors. Regular inspection and lubrication will help you avoid costly repairs caused by caliper seizure and uneven brake wear.
PEACE OF MIND
Have conﬁdence in your Mazda’s braking system, knowing your brakes have been properly inspected and maintained by a factory-trained professional who is an expert on Mazda vehicles.
INSIST ON GENUINE MAZDA SERVICE AND BRAKE PARTS
Visit us for brake components engineered with speciﬁc materials and tolerances that are designed to meet Mazda’s high-quality standard.
ll Genuine Mazda Parts and the Mazda maintenance schedule are designed to maintain your vehicle’s safety and deliver the high performance you’ve come to expect.
WE BACK OUR BRAKES
When Mazda-trained technicians install your Genuine Mazda Brake Parts, you automatically take advantage of our Replacement Parts Limited Warranty.*
OUR 10-STEP PROCESS
Mazda factory-trained craftsmen put their hearts into every vehicle, and their obsessive attention to detail means a meticulous brake maintenance process:
- Detach the brake pads/clips from the caliper bracket, and remove debris from
the caliper bracket and brake clips.
- Inspect and measure brake pads. Then replace or service the brake pads.
- Clean the brake pad and center groove from debris. A clean brake pad allows proper surface contact with the brake rotor.
- Apply silicone brake lubricant to the caliper bracket and brake clips.
- Remove, clean and apply silicone brake lubricant to the caliper pins. Proper lubrication helps prevent caliper seizure and uneven wear of the brake pads.
- Remove debris from the brake pad contact points to improve performance.
- Apply silicone brake lubricant to the outboard and inboard brake pad contact points for smoother operation.
- Remove debris from the brake rotor and the wheel mating surface.
- Re-install caliper bracket, and apply a coating of copper lube around the hub flange.
- Tighten wheels with torque wrench to manufacturer's specification.