Ensure Safe Braking with Expert Brake Repair

Are your brakes causing you concern? Squealing, grinding, or pulsating brakes compromise your safety on the road, delayed braking response puts you at risk of accidents and collisions, and neglecting brake maintenance can lead to costly repairs and further damage. Don't let brake issues compromise your safety. Trust Ag Plus Auto Shops to solve your brake concerns effectively and efficiently.

Ag Plus Advantage

Skilled Technicians Specializing in Brake Replacement and Repair

Quality Brake Components for Optimal Performance

Thorough Inspections to Ensure Safe and Reliable Braking

Our Skilled Techs Are Experts in Braking Issues

We understand the importance of responsive brakes and prioritize your safety on the road. Using quality brake components and state-of-the-art equipment, we conduct thorough inspections to identify worn brake pads, damaged rotors, or other brake system problems. Our team is experienced in performing brake repairs, including brake pad replacements, rotor resurfacing, and brake fluid flushes. We ensure precise brake adjustments and thorough testing to guarantee optimal braking performance. With our transparent communication and attention to detail, we ensure you have a clear understanding of the brake service process and associated costs.

Brake Services to Drive with Confidence and Safety

At Ag Plus Auto Shops, we understand the importance of a properly functioning braking system for your safety and peace of mind on the road. Our skilled technicians specialize in diagnosing and addressing a wide range of brake issues, from brake pad replacements to rotor resurfacing and brake fluid flushes. Using state-of-the-art equipment, we conduct thorough inspections to identify worn brake components and potential problems with your brake system. Our priority is your safety, and we ensure precise brake adjustments and thorough testing before returning your vehicle. With transparent communication and attention to detail, we aim to provide you with reliable and safe braking solutions. When it comes to brake replacement and repair in Southwest Minnesota, Ag Plus Auto Shops is your trusted partner. Schedule your brake service appointment today and drive with confidence.

Brake Pads

Measure thickness of pads and replace.


Determine if resurfacing or replacement is needed.

Master Cylinders

Check wheel cylinders for optimal function.


Inspect brake hardware for wear and tear.


Check if brake hoses are wearing out and need replacement.

Brake Service FAQs

How should brake pedals feel?

A well-functioning brake pedal should feel firm throughout braking. The harder you push, the firmer the pedal should get.

Why does my brake pedal feel spongy?

If your brake pedal feels spongy, it could because of a number of factors. You need new brake pads, you're low in brake fluid, brake caliper damage, worn master cylinder, or air in the brake line. Ag Plus technicians will be able to diagnose the issue and get you back on the road safely. 

Why are my brakes squeaky or grinding?

Squeaky and grinding brakes typically means you need your brake pads replaced. It could also be small debris that got trapped between the brake pad and the rotor that is causing a grinding noise. 

Why does my car shake when I brake?

Not all of the reasons for a shaking steering wheel have to do with your brakes. You may experience vibrations in your steering wheel or car due to "warped" rotors, a jammed brake caliper, uneven or unbalanced tires, or even suspension troubles. Let an Ag Plus technician diagnose the problem. 

What are brake pads and rotors?

Disc brakes, also known as braking rotors, are the discs often found on a car's front two wheels. Your cars brake pads are attached to calipers, which contact and apply pressure and friction to the rotors to bring your car to a stop. 

Why is my ABS light on?

ABS is the Antilock Braking System, and if the ABS warning light is on in your car's instrument panel, it implies the antilock system has been disabled due to a problem. This indicator normally illuminates for one of four reasons: either the ABS module is broken, the fluid reservoir is low on fluid, the wheel speed sensors are damaged, or the system is off.

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1100 East Main Street
Marshall, MN 56258

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