Brake pads are an essential component of your vehicle's braking system. Once you press on the pedal, the calipers squeeze the pads against the rotors, causing friction. This friction will bring your Chrysler or Ram to a complete stop.
How Long Do Mopar Brake Pads Last?
Like other parts of your vehicle, your brake pads will wear down over time. Generally, they can usually last for about 40,000 miles before they need to be replaced. Whenever you notice issues with braking, such as screeching or grinding sounds, or a longer stopping distance, you may need to replace them sooner. Additional symptoms include an indicator light coming on, a vibrating brake pedal, or if the pads are visibly less than 1/4 of an inch thick.
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Always choose OEM brake pads to ensure quality. All the brake-related parts in our catalog are designed to fit the model you drive, guaranteed. Shop our OEM Mopar parts below, or enter the make, model, and model year of your vehicle. Since customer satisfaction is our top priority, we'll ship your order out ASAP -- directly to your preferred address. Shop now or feel free to contact us with any further questions!
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