- FixCarNow uses O.E. Quality Brake Parts for your Lexus.
- 2 Year Warranty on Service.
- FixCarNow has the latest Equipment to diagnose your Lexus.
- FixCarNow provides a 2 Year Warranty.
- FixCarNow will provide a free loaner while we service your car.
- Free Shuttle to/from home or work.
- Fixcarnow Carcierge Key Pick-Up Service.
- FixCarNow is Open 7 Days a Week.
- No Appointment Necessary.
The downtown Los Angeles location of FixCarNow welcomes Lexus owners to take advantage of our fantastic and convenient brake repair services. Our ASE certified mechanics are familiar with the maintenance and repair needs of the Lexus braking system. We carry parts for all models of Lexus including CT 200h, IS, ES 350, HS 250h, IS C, GS, GS 450h, IS F, LS 460, LS 600h, LFA, RX 350, RX 450h, GX 460, LX 570 and others.
FixCarNow is conveniently located at 333 S. Hope in downtown LA for all of your Lexus service needs. We are perfectly located for Lexus owners and employees in the downtown area to enjoy our quick and thorough oil change service which always includes a brake check. Our brake checks are always free, so we invite Lexus owners to stop by anytime and take advantage of this convenient service whether you are seeing us for an oil change or not. If you are hearing squeaking, grinding, roaring or if your brake sensor light is on, come by immediately for a free inspection. No appointment is every necessary! Our concierge service is well known in the downtown area. Give us a call and allow us to pick up, inspect or repair, and redeliver your Lexus to you at no extra charge. For longer repairs, loaner cars are available.
Your Lexus may have all-wheel disc brakes which are known to be more effective at both stopping in shorter distances and maintaining control while braking. If wear indicators are heard scraping against the rear brake rotor, stop by or call us immediately. The wear indicators are metal clips that alert the driver when the brake pads have reached a critical level of wear. At this point, it will be necessary to have the rear brake pads replaced to prevent brake failure and damage to the rotors.
Absent noise and braking issues, we recommend having your front brakes serviced every 20-30K miles and your rear brakes services every 50-60K miles, depending upon your individual driving style. Repair will always include new pads, but may include rotors and calipers. To preserve the health and safety of your braking system, it is always important to be very alert to changes in braking sound and performance. Any delay can ultimately result in higher repair cost as the pads may run thin and damage the rotor. The cost for our services is for pads including X specific models. Rotor replacement runs X and turning of rotors is X. Caliper repair and replacement runs X.