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Usually in the following cases, the brake pads must […]
Usually in the following cases, the brake pads must be replaced:
1, when the thickness of the brake pads is less than the minimum maintenance standard allowed by the vehicle manufacturer;
2, when the brake pads on the wear and tear when the contact with the brake disc;
3, the brake pads are oil or grease pollution;
4, the brake pads are abnormal wear or cone wear.
Under normal circumstances, if the fixed brake calipers on both sides of the brake pad thickness difference of 15mm, the floating brake caliper on both sides of the thickness of the brake pads to 3.0mm when the need to be replaced. Of course, only through a simple appearance observation can not accurately determine whether the brake pads wear, so generally should be ruler to measure the thinnest of the brake pads to see whether the range (usually based on the specific vehicle maintenance manual).