The braking system in your Mercedes includes a variety of parts, including the brake pads, calipers, and rotors. The brakes in your car function by using friction to turn kinetic energy into heat. When the brake pedal is pressed, the brake pad is clamped down against the brake rotor. The friction that is caused makes the wheel to slow down and stop. You might need to replace your brakes if they are squealing, if you hear metallic grinding noises, if there is less than a quarter-inch of brake pad left, or if they are simply not working as well as they used to. A disc brake system, usually found in the front wheels of the car, is most preferred since it provides more power than the drum brake alternative. It's important that you're checking the condition of the brake system on a regular basis so you can make replacements to parts right away. You want to be sure that your car will be able to stop and slow down properly and safely. Replacing worn brake system parts in your Mercedes with OEM components is the best way to ensure everything will run efficiently. Find the right OEM brake parts here on our site for a range of Mercedes models.
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