When your new Chrysler Pacifica is the primary mode of transportation for your family, safety is a priority. This model has a wealth of safety features and was built to last but, like all vehicles, certain components will eventually wear with use and require replacement. Brakes are one of the most important parts to keep you secure. Learn about maintaining yours at Vicksburg Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM.

About Your Brakes

If you’ve been hearing some unusual sounds when you brake or your pedal is vibrating, it is time to make a visit to our dealership near Three Rivers. Your brakes are comprised of four major parts – brake pads, rotors, fluid, and brake lines. These strange noises are usually a result of your brake pads, which will need to be replaced after about 50,000 miles. Keep in mind that this number may vary depending on your driving habits and how often you’re on the road. During your maintenance visits, if your brake fluid appears cloudy, our team will recommend flushing the brake lines. Eventually, you will need to replace your brakes completely.

Chrysler Pacifica Maintenance 

Our team at Vicksburg Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM is made up of certified professionals that have a passion for Dodge models, Chrysler cars, Jeep SUVs, and RAM trucks. We offer many services that will extend the longevity of your vehicle. We highly recommend staying on top of the key services, such as oil changes. With thousands of metal parts working together at high speeds, your Chrysler Pacifica requires fresh oil every 3,000-5,000 miles to avoid engine overheating. 

We are looking forward to your arrival at our Chrysler dealership. Our service department has free Wi-Fi, shuttle service, and uses exclusively OEM parts. Give us a call for more info!