Your original factory brakes are some of the most important safety items in your vehicle. After all, if they're not working properly, you're not able to stop when you need to. The process of braking seems simple enough, but let's look at it in detail. Your foot presses on the brake pedal. That force is multiplied by mechanical leverage and squeezes brake fluid. The hydraulic brake fluid is then pushed through a system of brake tubes and brake hoses. Pressure is sent to all four brakes, in equal measures. That pressure creates friction between the brake pads and your brake rotors. That resistance is what slows and stops your vehicle.
OEM Brake Pads are the Best for Your Vehicle
Even the top-quality brakes and brakes pads that came installed in your vehicle will begin to fail, given enough wear and tear. The good news is that you'll see evidence of this long before it becomes a critical issue. Your warning lights might catch your attention. Maybe your brake pedal feels soft, or unusually low. If the vehicle shudders when you’re braking, or makes odd noises, that's another sign. Pulling to one side while braking is another concern. If it takes longer than usual to stop, that's a definite sign of brake problems that need repair. The good news is that you can easily and conveniently order your brakes and brake system components from our online parts catalog. We only carry the genuine OEM parts that are guaranteed to work with your model, so you can trust their quality completely. Buy yours today and we'll ship them right away!
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