Brakes & Clutch

Brakes & Clutch

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At Phoenix Engineering, our focus is on servicing clutches, brakes, fuel injectors and a lot more. In addition to this, we are also engaged in selling top-quality automotive parts to retail and wholesale customers hailing from different corners of Australia. With a team of highly trained and qualified brake and clutch repairers on-board, we can take good care of your vehicles. We carry out brake and clutch repairs on a variety of vehicles, including cars, four-wheel drives, light trucks, heavy trucks and many more. Whether you’re interested in replacing the clutches on your vehicle or want to carry out specific repairs on your vehicle’s braking system; experts at Phoenix Engineering will offer you the service you need.

Issues to watch out with your vehicle’s brakes

Every vehicle is prone to some or the other brake problems. If you too witness any of the below mentioned issues with your car’s braking system, just give us a call:

Low Brake Fluid

If you notice that your vehicle’s brake warning light is ‘On’, then there are chances that the disc brake pads might have worn out. Leakage of brake oil might result in brake failure.

Pedal sinking to the floor

Each time you hold your foot on the brake pedal, the pedal slips downwards. This problem occurs simply because the master cylinder isn’t holding the pressure that’s been put via the pedal.

Pulsating brake pedal

The reason behind a pulsating brake pedal is an unevenly worn brake rotor. The issue also points out that your vehicle isn’t able to tolerate more than .0015 inches of runout.

Issues to watch out with your vehicle’s clutches

Trust Phoenix Engineering for repair/replacement of clutches in case you suspect any of the below mentioned issues:

Broken or stretched clutch cable

It’s essential to ensure that the clutch cable has the right quantity of tension for the push and pull activities.

Misadjusted linkage

As per this problem, each time you hit the pedal with your foot, the linkage transmits inappropriate amount of pressure.

Defective slave and/or master clutch cylinders

Continuous leaks prevent the slave and/or master clutch cylinders from building the required amount of pressure.

In addition to getting repair services for the aforementioned brake & clutch issues, Phoenix Engineering offers you the convenience of choosing from a premier range of brake & clutch parts.


At Phoenix Engineering, our focus is on servicing clutches, brakes, fuel injectors and a lot more. In addition to this, we are also engaged in selling top-quality automotive parts to retail and wholesale customers hailing from different corners of Australia. With a team of highly trained and qualified brake and clutch repairers on-board, we can take good care of your vehicles. We carry out brake and clutch repairs on a variety of vehicles, including cars, four-wheel drives, light trucks, heavy trucks and many more. Whether you’re interested in replacing the clutches on your vehicle or want to carry out specific repairs on your vehicle’s braking system; experts at Phoenix Engineering will offer you the service you need.

Issues to watch out with your vehicle’s brakes

Every vehicle is prone to some or the other brake problems. If you too witness any of the below mentioned issues with your car’s braking system, just give us a call:

Low Brake Fluid

If you notice that your vehicle’s brake warning light is ‘On’, then there are chances that the disc brake pads might have worn out. Leakage of brake oil might result in brake failure.

Pedal sinking to the floor

Each time you hold your foot on the brake pedal, the pedal slips downwards. This problem occurs simply because the master cylinder isn’t holding the pressure that’s been put via the pedal.

Pulsating brake pedal

The reason behind a pulsating brake pedal is an unevenly worn brake rotor. The issue also points out that your vehicle isn’t able to tolerate more than .0015 inches of runout.

Issues to watch out with your vehicle’s clutches

Trust Phoenix Engineering for repair/replacement of clutches in case you suspect any of the below mentioned issues:

Broken or stretched clutch cable

It’s essential to ensure that the clutch cable has the right quantity of tension for the push and pull activities.

Misadjusted linkage

As per this problem, each time you hit the pedal with your foot, the linkage transmits inappropriate amount of pressure.

Defective slave and/or master clutch cylinders

Continuous leaks prevent the slave and/or master clutch cylinders from building the required amount of pressure.

In addition to getting repair services for the aforementioned brake & clutch issues, Phoenix Engineering offers you the convenience of choosing from a premier range of brake & clutch parts.

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