Brake pad replacement Since the driving habits of each […]
Brake pad replacement
Since the driving habits of each owner are different, the frequency of braking is not the same, so the replacement time of the brake pads is not uniform. Only look at the degree of wear of the brake pads during routine inspections. If it reaches the critical point, replace it immediately.
Brake pad replacement for disc brakes is simpler. Remove the tire, loosen the caliper's screw, you can take off the brake pad, replace it with a new one, and do not need any adjustment.
When the brake pads of the drum brakes are replaced, the wheels need to be removed, and then the brake drums are removed, and then the brake pads can be replaced. Pay attention to the coincidence between the new brake pads and the brake drums, and the overlap is not good, and sometimes it needs to be polished; When assembling, adjust the gap between the brake pads and the brake drum.
Brake Pad Introduction: Wear
Brake pads are generally composed of steel plates, bonded insulation layers and friction blocks. The steel plates are painted to prevent rust. The SMT-4 furnace temperature tracker is used to detect the temperature distribution during the coating process to ensure quality. Brake pads are an important part of the car's brake system and are therefore an important guarantee for safe driving.
Generally, if you have exercised more than 80,000 kilometers, the brake pads need to be replaced. However, if you hear the friction from your wheel, no matter how much mileage you have, you should replace the brake pads. Check the brake shoes once every 5,000 km under normal driving conditions, not only to check the remaining thickness, but also to check the wear state of the shoes, whether the wear on both sides is the same, and whether the return position is free.