The Importance of OEM Brakes
Brakes are one of the most important safety features. Without your brakes, your Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, or Ram wouldn't be able to stop efficiently. The ability to completely stop your car can help prevent or reduce the impact of accidents. There are two kinds of brake systems available: disc brakes and drum brakes. They are made up of master cylinders, brake pistons, lines, and hoses. Ignoring brake maintenance or repairs could sacrifice performance and, most importantly, the protection of you and your loved ones.
When Should I Replace My Mopar Brakes?
Luckily, it's easy to tell if your vehicle needs a brake replacement. The first and most common symptom is if you hear any strange or unfamiliar sounds as you press on the brake pedal. Another sign? If your vehicle starts favoring or pulling towards one side. Other signs may include:
- Grinding noises
- A low or soft-feeling brake pedal
- Irregular slowing and stopping times
- A warning light pops up on the dashboard
Take on Your Next Project with Genuine Mopar Brakes
Whether you need to buy new rotors, pads, or Mopar performance brakes, you can shop our collection of brake parts for sale. We also carry brake lights! Please place an order for brake parts today, and we will ship them straight to your home or office. Buy now and save!
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