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For Mister Muffler, the feeling of freedom that comes with driving is closely linked to the idea of security. Your brakes’ condition is a direct safety factor when you drive.

Since good brakes are a significant element of carefree driving, your 360 Mechanics make sure that your vehicle does not leave the workshop without being 100% safe.

Let us take care of inspecting your brakes and ensure the safety of your car with our efficient systems.

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Q & A

The Emergency Brake Light

Question : Why is the emergency brake light on on my dashboard?

Answer: The emergency brake light, generally represented by a red ‘‘p’’, usually goes on when the emergency brake is engaged, blocking both wheels of an axle. It is essential that you make sure you are not driving ‘‘against’’ the mechanics of your vehicle when you see this light go on. However, it is not impossible that this warning light goes on even though the emergency brake is released. Generally speaking, the reason is that the on-board computer has detected a problem with the brake fluid circuit. For the safety and sustainability of your vehicle’s systems, it is crucial to have it checked by a technician.