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- Battery Change

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- DPF, DEF, EGR

- Sprinter Van repair

- Transmission service

 

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Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm

Sat: 9am - 3pm

  • Sprinter Van Repair
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723 Olive Ave, Suite B,

Vista, CA 92083

Tel:  253-846-2171

        442-264-8168


SanDiegoSprinter@gmail.com

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Sprinter Van Brake services

Brake services for Sprinter.

At some point, your Sprinter will likely require brake repairs to continue performing reliably. Below, you’ll find a quick overview of some common brake services, and how to tell if/when they’re needed:

Brake Pad, Rotor, Speed Sensors Replacement: 

Brake pads extend the brake system’s life by preventing the calipers and rotors from grinding together. Generally, replacement is recommended every 20,000 miles, but if you notice a high-pitched screeching sound during braking, be sure to book a service appointment as soon as possible.
 

Brake Line Replacement:

Brake lines are responsible for transferring fluid from your master cylinder to the rest of the brake system, keeping it lubricated and functional. If your vehicle pulls to one side during braking, or if your brake pedal feels “spongy”, a leaky or worn brake line could be to blame.

Master Cylinder Replacement:

The master cylinder’s job is to regulate the brake fluid’s pressure for maximum efficiency. Master brake cylinders seldom require replacement; however, two telltale signs of a problem are leaking fluid and a sinking brake pedal.

Brake “Bleeding”:

Occasionally, brake “bleeding” is necessary to remove air bubbles from the brake lines. If the brakes feel “squishy” when applied, a technician may recommend this procedure.

Contact us for pricing.
And remember that inspection is free.

Brake Replacement Warning Signs

  • Brake light comes on

  • Brakes grind when applied or a metal-on-metal noise

  • Your van is jerky or pulls to one side when braking

  • Low brake fluid levels

  • Brake pedal is very soft/mushy feeling

  • Brake pedal is very hard/stiff feeling

 

 

Sometimes this rust appears on the brake lines. Rust loves to eat your main parts in Sprinter.

Here you need an urgent replacement of all Sprinter brake lines! $280 - $590

Brake services labor and parts for 2500:


Ceramic pads (front+rear) + sensor $380
Metallic pads (front+rear) + sensor  $420

Ceramic pads (front+rear) sensor +rotors $590
Metallic pads (front+rear) sensor +rotors $630

 

Brake services labor and parts for 3500:


Ceramic brake pads (front+rear) +sensor $470
Metallic brake pads (front+rear) +sensor  $510

Ceramic pads (front+rear) sensr +rotors $740
Metallic pads (front+rear) sensr +rotors $780


+ tax on parts
+If use credit debit plastic 4% processing fee

Parts: 


2002-2006 Sprinter 2500 Front Brake Kit $157+

2002-2006 Sprinter 2500 Rear Brake Kit $153+

2002-2006 Sprinter 3500 Front Brake Kit $157+
2002-2006 Sprinter 3500 Rear Brake Kit $177+

 

2007-2019 Sprinter 2500 Front Brake Kit $177+

2007-2019 Sprinter 2500 Rear Brake Kit $193+

2007-2019 Sprinter 3500 Front Brake Kit $193+

2007-2019 Sprinter 3500 Rear Brake Kit $195+

Free brake fluid test.

 

Make sure you don't have water in your brake fluid.No obligations, no pressure. Just find out the quality of your brake fluid absolutely free!
It will take only 5 minutes for this test, just passing by drop by us and check your brake fluid, brake pipes, and pads. 

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