If you've heard a grinding noise when applying the brakes, your pads could be excessively worn and need to be replaced along with potentially damaged discs.
If you pull to one side when breaking it usually means a sticking or seized mechanical or faulty hydraulic component.
If your pedal feels spongy there could be air in the hydraulic system due to a break fluid leak.
If it pulsates you could have a distorted break disc or drum.
We offer a range of high quality clutches from leading clutch manufacturers. This often complex task that involves extensive stripping down of the engine and gear box components is carried out by our qualified technician.
It is important to get specialist advice before fitting a new clutch as many symptoms could indicate a problem with the clutch, however the real fault could be something completely different such as engine revving or a slipping fan belt.