Brakes & Tune Ups
Same Day Installation
Most brakes installed the same day
We first perform a complete inspection of the braking system. Without doing this, we cannot adequately determine what your car really needs or how much it will cost. Our technicians can repair all braking systems including the newer anti-lock brake systems. Each car requires different components to repair the braking system so please schedule an appointment to have your brakes inspected.
Keep your car purring like a kitten
During a tune-up, our service staff will check your spark plugs, which are responsible for igniting the gasoline and air mixture that fuels your engine. We can also check your spark plug wires, which transfer voltage created by your spark plug. Old wires can burn out and cause a misfire. We will check the condition of your fuel filters, which help stop debris from reaching your engine. A clogged fuel filter will lead to poor acceleration and poor engine performance. Similarly, we can look at your air filter, which prevents debris from entering the combustion engine. Restricted airflow makes your engine work harder and causes your vehicle to lose horsepower. During our tune-up, we can ensure optimal performance of these parts and more. Please adhere to your owner’s manual for recommended service intervals, and contact us when your engine is ready for a tune-up.
Ask us about rotation during a brake change!
What it does: Rotating your tires is important for helping your tires last longer. Rotating your tires suggests changing them from one side of the automobile to the all other, moving them from front to back or a mix of both, depending on your car and what was done previously. Some tires should be rotated at particular intervals, while others will have to be rotated depending on the wear.
Why service is essential: Unequal tire wear can lead to bad performance, unsatisfactory fuel efficiency, reduce the life of the tire and can cause safety issues.
Preventative Brake Repair
Make sure you stop when you’re supposed to
When you need your vehicle to get up and go, you press the accelerator; when you need to stop at a red light or for an unexpected traffic jam, your vehicle needs to stop when you press on the brake. If you’ve noticed that your brakes are soft and it takes much more force to stop safely or they have started to make unpleasant grinding or squeaking, it’s time for brake repair. While brake repair is one of the core steps of vehicle maintenance, there are many obvious signs that brake service is needed on your vehicle. economy Transmission service in Knoxville wants you to ask yourself to check if it is time for brake repair service on your vehicle: When I press the brake pedal, does it feel soft or “mushy”? Has my “brake service” or “check brake fluid” warning light come on? Does my brake pedal go all the way to the floor when I am trying to stop? Do my brakes make a grinding noise when I apply the brakes? Do I hear a squealing or squeaking sound when I apply the brakes? Do I feel a vibration when I apply the brakes? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then it’s time to call Economy Transmission service. Knoxville’s brake repair Specialist Technicians at economy Transmission service will repair it right the first time no matter if you are on chapman Hwy, Clinton Hwy, Broadway, or anywhere in between. Our technicians are ASE certified and are highly skilled in servicing luxury vehicles including BMW brake repair, Mercedes brake repair, Audi brake repair, Land Rover brake repair, and more. Our technicians can perform all types of brake repair services including: Brake pad and brake shoe replacement Replacement of brake rotors or drums Caliper replacement or service Brake fluid change Brake bleeding Repair or replacement of brake lines, hoses, or other brake components With economy Transmission service brake repair in Knoxville, you can have all of your vehicle’s brake needs met just by setting an appointment at our shop. No matter what brake service your vehicle needs, our technicians will make sure they are done right, from Cumberland Ave to Gay street, Kingston pike to Middlebrook pike, or anywhere in the Knoxville local area.