The brake rotors on your Ford vehicle are an important part of your braking system. They work in conjunction with your brake pads. Brake rotors, or brake discs, are what your vehicle's brake pads clamp down on to stop your wheels from spinning. Rotors are items that will typically need replacing between 30,000 to 70,000 miles.Ê This often depends on their use, your driving style and the types of brake pads used in conjunction with them. By using OEM quality brake pads you will often extend the life of your rotors. Often by keeping your brakes well maintained and changing your brake pads as needed this will extend the life of your brake rotors. When your rotors have worn out some, they might start to make a squeaking sound. When rotors are extremely worn, they likely will make more of a scraping sound. You can check the rotors also for any grooves or warping on the surfaces. When replacing your rotors there are different types on the market. It is important to get the right ones for your Ford vehicle. You will want to make replacements with factory OEM rotors that provide you with excellent quality and longevity. Shop here at Online Ford Parts Catalog for new rotors and other braking equipment as needed.
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