The rotors in your brake assembly, also called the brake discs, are the component of your brakes that the brake pads clamp down on to cause the car to slow and finally to stop. Rotors come in a variety of styles, including drilled, slotted, or smooth. They are designed to withstand high heat, moisture and the friction caused by the brake pads. If your brake rotors are wearing out, you might notice squealing or squeaking sounds when you brake. Generally, the braking system is prone to damage after a period of time due to regular use and high friction and heat. If you're noticing a change in how the braking process feels, you should look into getting new brake rotors. The rotors can warp from the heat caused by braking and a warped rotor might cause vibration or make the car pull to one side when the brakes are applied. You can inspect the surfaces of the rotors yourself to see if there are any grooves or warping on them as well. Worn rotors are best replaced with OEM Mercedes rotors that are made for your car. Only OEM Mercedes rotors are going to be made with the exact measurements that your model has. Look for your replacement brake rotors on our website here.
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