For the disc brake system in your Hyundai vehicle to slow and stop the vehicle's wheels and tires, its brake calipers must clamp its brake rotors. More importantly, though, they must produce friction as they do. That's the job of your brake pads.
We carry a wide selection, for just under $67 to start, depending on type (organic, metallic, ceramic, or carbon fiber) and model, and you can usually get them steeply marked down from MSRP -- better pricing than at any Hyundai dealership.
Depending on which Hyundai model you drive, you'll have one of those four types:
A lot of cars and trucks use organic or metallic. However, many sports cars use carbon fiber or ceramic because they disperse heat better.
So, when do you change brake pads? Normally, every 40,000 to 50,000 miles. It also depends on how and where you drive. The best way to figure out the answer? Look for the signs your brakes are going bad. Beyond a lit brake warning light on the dash, they include damaged pad surfaces and whining brakes. Your Hyundai might even start taking longer to stop. The worst symptoms, however, are vibrations, which indicate irregular pad wear due to rotor warp, and grinding, which indicates rotor damage in real time.
The best way to determine if brake pads are the problem? Run an inspection. If you need to order new ones, get genuine OEM.
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