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1994 Dodge Colt Disc Brake Pad - Front Beck Arnley

P311-3A38076    082-1478  New

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Beck Arnley Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • PREMIUM ORGANIC; Original Equipment Type Pad Material
Brand: Beck Arnley
Position: Front
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1994 - Dodge Colt Front
Bendix
2004 Dodge Stratus Disc Brake Pad - Front Bendix - Bendix CT-3

P311-316A1B2    D869CT  New

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Bendix Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • Abutment Kit Included Disc Pad OE Ceramic
  • Bendix CT-3
Brand: Bendix
Position: Front
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2004 - Dodge Stratus Sedan Front
Bendix
1989 Dodge Dynasty Disc Brake Pad - Front Bendix - Bendix TitaniuMetallic II

P311-2B62452    MKD385  New

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Bendix Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • Disc Pad Without sensor
  • Bendix TitaniuMetallic II
Brand: Bendix
Position: Front
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1989 - Dodge Dynasty Front
Centric
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Centric Disc Brake Pad  Rear
  • Centric Fleet Performance Brake Pads with Hardware
  • 345mm Front Disc Police
  • Para-aramid friction compounds are specially formulated to provide linear response at both cold and hot temperatures. Positive Mold Technology. Precision cut backing plates. Scorched for improved pad/rotor bed-in.
  • Centric Fleet Performance Pads
  • Product Attributes:
    • Attribute ID (Type): California Proposition 65
    • Friction Material Thickness Outer Pad: 17.4
    • Inner Pad Height mm: 57.1
    • Inner Pad Width mm: 113.3
    • Outer Pad Height mm: 57.1
    • Outer Pad Width mm: 113.3
  • Centric Fleet Performance brake pads are manufactured using the same positive molding process utilized by Original Equipment suppliers. Positive molding uses extreme pressure to compress the friction material and bond it to the backing plate. This process assures consistent friction material density throughout the pad; resulting in even wear and performance characteristics throughout the life of the brake pad.
Brand: Centric
Position: Rear
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Vehicle Submodel Position Block Engine CID CC
2014 - Dodge Charger Pursuit Rear V 6 Cyl 3.6L 220 3604
Centric
Qty:
63.82
Centric Disc Brake Pad  Rear
  • Centric Fleet Performance Brake Pads with Hardware
  • 370mm Front Disc Police
  • Para-aramid friction compounds are specially formulated to provide linear response at both cold and hot temperatures. Positive Mold Technology. Precision cut backing plates. Scorched for improved pad/rotor bed-in.
  • Centric Fleet Performance Pads
  • Product Attributes:
    • Attribute ID (Type): California Proposition 65
    • Friction Material Thickness Outer Pad: 17.4
    • Inner Pad Height mm: 57.1
    • Inner Pad Width mm: 113.3
    • Outer Pad Height mm: 57.1
    • Outer Pad Width mm: 113.3
  • Centric Fleet Performance brake pads are manufactured using the same positive molding process utilized by Original Equipment suppliers. Positive molding uses extreme pressure to compress the friction material and bond it to the backing plate. This process assures consistent friction material density throughout the pad; resulting in even wear and performance characteristics throughout the life of the brake pad.
Brand: Centric
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Position Block Engine CID CC
2014 - Dodge Charger Pursuit Rear V 6 Cyl 3.6L 220 3604
Centric
Qty:
63.82
Centric Disc Brake Pad  Rear
  • Centric Fleet Performance Brake Pads with Hardware
  • Police
  • Para-aramid friction compounds are specially formulated to provide linear response at both cold and hot temperatures. Positive Mold Technology. Precision cut backing plates. Scorched for improved pad/rotor bed-in.
  • Centric Fleet Performance Pads
  • Product Attributes:
    • Attribute ID (Type): California Proposition 65
    • Friction Material Thickness Outer Pad: 17.4
    • Inner Pad Height mm: 57.1
    • Inner Pad Width mm: 113.3
    • Outer Pad Height mm: 57.1
    • Outer Pad Width mm: 113.3
  • Centric Fleet Performance brake pads are manufactured using the same positive molding process utilized by Original Equipment suppliers. Positive molding uses extreme pressure to compress the friction material and bond it to the backing plate. This process assures consistent friction material density throughout the pad; resulting in even wear and performance characteristics throughout the life of the brake pad.
Brand: Centric
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Position Block Engine CID CC
2016 - Dodge Charger Pursuit Rear V 6 Cyl 3.6L 220 3604

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1999 dodge avenger Rotors Warp within 5,000 miles

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Question From DR_Rudquist on 1999 dodge avenger Rotors Warp within 5,000 miles

1999
dodge avenger
2.5L V6
197k miles

so for the last year i have replaced my rotors and brake pads three times, the last time which was about 4 months ago i replaced the caliper rotor and brake pads, and the front end suspension, and still experiencing rotors warping. I can feel the shaking through the steering wheel, and not sure how to check the rotors themselves if it really is my rotors warping, or something else causing the vibration through the steering wheel, it is only felt when braking.

The rotors warp easily within the first month, the only other thing i can think of that might be doing this is that my rear drums are going bad, and sound like they are getting really bad. Now that its warming up I'm gettin to work on my car.

Use to work just fine back in 2008 when i purchased the vehicle, i never brake hard, hit any curbs.

Response From Hammer Time

If it has rear drum brakes, make sure they are adjusted correctly.

Response From DR_Rudquist

sorry I should have also mentioned, that my rear drums make a bad scraping sound when braking so im guessing that means ill need to get new ones soon? or would they just be needing to be adjusted like you said.

Response From nickwarner


sorry I should have also mentioned, that my rear drums make a bad scraping sound when braking so im guessing that means ill need to get new ones soon? or would they just be needing to be adjusted like you said.


Get new ones soon? Please say that was a joke. When they squeal its time for them soon. When they grind it means you ignored all warning signs and drove around a deathtrap in a state of ignorance. Grinding only comes from metal on metal contact. You burn up the fronts because they are the only thing stopping your car anymore. Your now need brakes front and rear. Park your car until this has been done and cost be damned. Funerals cost more than brake jobs, and its the other guy you hit that you will have to pay to bury.

Response From DR_Rudquist

good to know took bus in to school today already have the parts and replacing all brakes this saturday so excited

Response From Hammer Time

I guess you're assuming that's all it needs. Another big mistake.

Response From DR_Rudquist

and what else might it be?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Calipers, rotors/drums, hoses, master cylinder, parking brake cables or hardware and numerous other possibilities. That's why you need a professional when it comes to brakes.

Response From nickwarner

There are many things that can stop your car. Brakes that work, large trees, semi trucks. The latter ones get a bit messy and usually are utilized when you don't have the first one. I'd get a pro to look this over to be sure of what you need. You can always opt to do the install yourself to save some coing but brakes are something that absolutely must be right on a vehicle. Good choice taking that bus today.

Response From DR_Rudquist

Im trying to learn and if i take it to a mechanic i wont really learn. or will I?

Response From Hammer Time

Im trying to learn and if i take it to a mechanic i wont really learn. or will I?

Nope, and if you kill someone on the highway because you messed with a safety item that you weren't qualified to work on, you won't have any money or freedom either.

Response From DR_Rudquist

you are just a severe debby downer thanks for the help

Response From Hammer Time

There is just no way her is going to recognize the underlying issues with the brakes.

Response From DR_Rudquist

Good news everyone, turns out my back brakes were rotors and calipers which was great made the switch a snap. The brake pads were metal on metal with the rotor, and dug a beautiful groove in the rotor. The severe wobble from braking is no longer present and my car drives and feels great.
Now tomorrow to put in new valve cover gasket and spark plug seals. even more exciting!!!

Any tips are appreciated, and yes my step dad checked over everything i did.

Response From Hammer Time

Did you replace the rotors? Were all 4 pads worn equally?

Response From DR_Rudquist

i replaced the rotor brake pads and caliper, the inner pad up against the piston was just metal on metal while the outside pad still had padding, becauase of that i figured i should replace the calipers because the piston was not retracting properly

Response From Discretesignals

He's just looking out for your safety and other driver's on the road. Brake are a serious thing and must be done correctly. If you do mess around with the brakes do one side at a time. Use the other side as an example as to how things should look when it is put back together. Then have your Dad come out and check to make sure that everything is installed correctly. Don't make the mistake of driving your car to see if everything is installed correctly.

It's not a bad thing to learn how to do brakes or work on other parts of the car. Just have someone with experience and/or training verify your work. And don't be afraid to ask any questions.

Response From DR_Rudquist

my step dad is a professional but im tired of always asking him for help so im trying to do this on my own till i can no longer do it. i know how to put brakes on its not that difficult and i can just have him check afterwards. did not know about the master cylinder so ill take a look at that. HOORAY FOR EXCITEMENT! this will be a good project over spring break. Thanks for the help guys ill let you know how things go when im finished. Ill check back everyday for new posts if anyone thinks of anything else.

Response From Hammer Time

You gotta be kidding! Your rear brakes are grinding and you are continuing to drive it and complain about the front warping? You need to get the car into a reputable shop for a complete inspection and repair. If you can't afford to do that, then you just need to park it before you kill someone.