Car Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling For BMW

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Japanese car brake pads
1.Good performance of brake pads with long life time
2.No black dust residue
3.Less brake disc wear



Semi-metallic, low-metallic and ceramic, Non-asbestos.


ISO9001 and TS16949 approved.


-Significantly reduced dust development

-Practically noise-free

-Better rim appearance

-Greater comfort

-No brake judder

-Better environmental protection

-Lower repair costs

-Very safe

4.The price will be sent to you soon after get your OEM or Drawings.

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Product Name:  car brake pads
MATERIAL:Semi-metallic, low-metallic and ceramic, Non-asbestos
Life Timeabove 40000kms
PRODUCT FEATURES:1) High friction coefficient, Low noise,Wear resistant;
2) Good thermal recession and recovery;
3) Good performance of water proof;
4) Friction coefficient:0.25-0.4/0.30-0.40/0.40-0.50/0.50-0.60
5) long life time


1.Inner box Neutral box white good quality the size accords to product size.

2.Can be according to client requirement and use client brand.

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Car Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling For BMW

Car Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling For BMW

Car Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling For BMW











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Q:i have 2000 chevy blazer 2 door utility and every time i start my vehicle the ABS and the brake light always appear and stay permanent while the vehicle is on.I just wanna know if this is ok to use even though the light is on and if not will you tell me how to fix it
There is a problem in the Antilock brake system. Your brakes will still function and stop the vehicle but the antilock function will be disabled because it will not react properly. To fix it properly and cost effectively, you need to take it to a reputable repair shop or dealer. There are too many very expensive possibilities to give you a guess.
Q:I was talking to my friends today about this and one said to pull the emergency brake and another said to turn off the ignition??? which one is right???Thanks
Pulling the emergency brake, definitely. There are two main situations. One if brake fade when you overheat your brakes, usually when you apply the brakes constantly as you go down a steep grade. You can prevent this by braking before the slope and putting the car into a lower gear so that you need to keep the GAS on to keep it at the speed you want, without using the brakes. If your brakes do heat up, the brakes usually feel normal, perhaps a bit spongy, but they don't react as well. In this situation, ease the brake pressure and shift into a lower gear to slow down the car and also use the emergency brake - use it gradually, step by step and keep the button pushed in so you are ready to put the handbrake back down if you need to. If neither of these steps work, try to scrape the side of the car gently against the guardrail or wall. So long as it's done gently and at conservative speeds - you can slow down quite nicely over time. Another possible situation is a (very rare) failure in the braking system. In this case, ease the brakes and push them again. If they still don't work well or if they feel soft or sink to the floor - press it intermittently for a few times and than squeeze it all the way down to use as much braking force as possible. Try to use the gears and handbrake, too, just like you would if your brake were to heat up. Always try to rely more on engine braking than on the handbrake, but do not shift directly into first gear. Try to go by the sequence. What NOT to do: 1. Do not pull the handbrake aggressively 2. Do not collide into solid objects (or any object unless there is no other choice). 3. Do not jump out of the car (this isn't hollywood) 4. DO NOT turn off the ignition. It does nothing to help in slowing down the car. On the contrary - it turns off of the brake booster and power steering. So, your friend who said to pull the handbrake was speaking the truth, at least partially.
Q:I just changed my front brake pads last year and I NEVER done the back. My truck has 100,000 miles. Could it be the drums now? What exactly do I need to buy at auto zone to change the rear brakes?
probably an abs sensor on the front brakes. fairly common problem. Auto zone has code readers which should tell you whats up. fairly easy to change when you find out.
Q:Brake system problem 81 Camero Z28?
sounds to me like you need to bleed the brakes again or the booster is starting to go bad.
Q:front brake keeps sticking, and burns the brake pad up
dirty fluid in the brake system will cause the calipers to stick and do that,most of he time you can bleed the brakes out real good and make sure all the fluid is good and clean and it will stop doing that,you may also have a sticking caliper and it will need to be replaced,and don't replace just one do both of the front ones on it,never just replace one of them always do them in pairs,good luck
Q:So yesterday I noticed my ABS light went on. I applied my brakes to test them out but it was alright. Should I be really worried about this problem or can I let it go for a while?
your ABS pumps the brakes for you when you are making a sudden stop or a hard brake. I would check your brake fluid resorvoir located toward the back of the engine compartment usually on the driver side. if it is full, you could just need new pads. either way get it checked out.
Q:98 pontiac Grand AMneeds full brake system repairhow much should it cost on average, labor and all
No. Sidewalls can not be reliably repaired. Time for a new tire.
Q:Hello,I have a 2009 Camry auto 4 cycl. not hybrid. My brake cables were vandalized and cut. I‘m installing new brake cables that connect to the abs system. How do I bleed the brake cables????
The brake fluid lines aren't cables. They're tubes. Begin by removing the wheel of the farthest wheel from the master cylinder- usually the passenger-side rear, supporting the vehicle with jack stands and blocking the front tire on both the front and back of the tire to prevent drifting When the vehicle is secured and the wheel removed, bleeding the brakes can commence. It will need to be done by two people, a brake-bleeder wrench, and fluid. The best way is to attach a tube to the bleeder valve, located behind the wheel(for drum brakes) or at the top of the caliper (for disc) and insert the tube into a jar containing adequate fluid, so that when one person pumps the brake pedal, the other observes when bubbles no longer exit the tube in the jar. It should be noted that the wrench should be inserted on the hex-part of the valve first before attaching the tube. Once the line appears completely full of fluid, the bleeder valve is closed snugly. After the farthest wheel is done, continue to do the same with the next-furthest wheel, and so on, until all four are done. Note that just because the other wheels didn't have snipped lines, doesn't mean there isn't air trapped in them. In this order, all air will be purged from the system.
Q:I have a 98 VW Cabrio with which i drove in the snow for the first time today. I drove super slowly and a couple of times while i was slowly braking, the brake pedal would push up under my foot, in a sort of a loud vibration. My dad said that‘s what the ABS does for safety, but his car doesn‘t have ABS so I don‘t trust his opinion. The ABS light doesn‘t show up on the dash, but there is a light that sometimes is on the left of the sterling wheel.
Nothing to fear. This is exactly what ABS does. It pumps itself very fast-- much faster than you could so you get that sensation. The ABS light in my cars does not go on when braking . If mine goes on it means a problem.
Q:I just replaced the pads and the rotors and I have the same problem. I think It might be electronic. I noticed a small steel sprocket on the inside outside of the front axle right below the shock strut. My friend said that is part of the ABS brake system. That small sprocket is broken, it has a small 1/4 inch gap in it. Could that be the cause of the brake pulsation. The problem only occurs when I depress the brakes hard now
Try cleaning the sensors, it is magnetized and it collected break materials around the sensor. The sprocket you mentioned don't often go bad or break easily.

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