If you’re having problems with your brakes or clutch, don’t wait for it to get worse. At Autoclinic, we have the best team of mechanics in Heidelberg. We specialise in brake and clutch repairs and we’ll get you back on the road quickly and affordably.
With over 30 years’ experience and a team of highly skilled mechanics, you can trust us to provide top-quality workmanship and reliable and friendly customer service.
No matter what type of vehicle you drive, if you are experiencing problems with your brakes, then it’s crucial to get a professional to look at them.
There are several signs that your brakes may need to be serviced or repaired. If your brake pedal is feeling spongy, your steering is vibrating or pulling to the side, or you’re hearing a screeching or grinding when you brake, it might be time to have your brakes inspected.
Many factors can lead to problems with your brakes, including problems with your brake fluid and brake pads. General wear and tear, road accidents and poor-quality replacement parts can all cause issues with your brakes.
For your safety and the safety of other road users, it’s important to have your brakes checked and serviced regularly.
Our friendly team will test-drive your vehicle, carry out a full wheels-off inspection and provide a written report on all aspects of your car’s braking system. If a problem exists, we can repair your brakes swiftly and expertly to get you back on the road as soon as possible.
Over time, daily wear and tear will see your clutch begin to wear down and start to slip. A slipping clutch will prevent your car from changing gears properly. This will affect vehicle performance, fuel efficiency and could lead to damage to other vehicle systems.
A faulty clutch isn’t something you want to drive around with and if your clutch is already slipping, increased activity will only make the problem worse until you’re unable to shift at all.
At Autoclinic, we offer factory replacement clutches, mild upgrades, and race applications. We can diagnose problems with your clutch to determine if a repair can be performed or if a full replacement is required.