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Brake pads AUDI A4 rear and front

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Brake pads for AUDI A4: useful information

Technical information
  • Parts recommended for simultaneous replacement as part of a service kit
    • Wiper blade
    • Brake disc
    • Brake pad wear sensor
    • Accessory Kit, disc brake pads
    • Handbrake shoes
    • Brake caliper
    • Brake Fluid
    • Brake hose
    • Hand brake cable
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  • Maximum price £ 319,00

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Disc pads for AUDI A4 and other car parts Brakes

  • Audi A4 Brake discs

    Brake discs

  • Audi A4 Brake caliper

    Brake caliper

  • Audi A4 ABS sensor

    ABS sensor

  • Audi A4 Brake caliper repair kit

    Brake caliper repair kit

  • Audi A4 Brake disc back plate

    Brake disc back plate

  • Audi A4 Brake master cylinder

    Brake master cylinder

  • Audi A4 Brake pad wear sensor

    Brake pad wear sensor

  • Audi A4 Brake fluid

    Brake fluid

  • Audi A4 Brake hose

    Brake hose

  • Audi A4 Brake caliper bracket

    Brake caliper bracket

  • Audi A4 Handbrake cable

    Handbrake cable

  • Audi A4 Brake shoes

    Brake shoes

  • Audi A4 Brake vacuum pump

    Brake vacuum pump

  • Audi A4 Brake servo

    Brake servo

  • Audi A4 Wheel cylinder

    Wheel cylinder

  • Reluctor ring A4

    Reluctor ring

  • Brake power regulator A4

    Brake power regulator

  • Brake light switch A4

    Brake light switch

  • ABS pump A4

    ABS pump

  • Engine oil AUDI A4 petrol and diesel

    Engine oil

Why do brake pads squeak on an Audi A4?

There are several possible causes of strange sounds:

  • Worn-out friction lining.
  • Foreign objects getting in the gap between the component and the brake disc or protective cover.
  • Corroded caliper guide pins or misaligned pistons.

Why do brake pads break down on my vehicle?

The service life of the components depends on the driving style. Aggressive driving manner significantly reduces the lifespan of the parts. The same thing happens when you often drive off-road where dirt and sand deteriorate the friction lining of the parts. Premature wear might also be caused by a warped brake disc, faulty caliper, and oil or other service fluid getting onto the working surface.

On which axle of an Audi A4 do the components wear out faster?

Due to the fact that a car nosedives when braking, its front brake mechanisms are exposed to a higher load. Therefore, the front components tend to fail more frequently. As a rule, the rear ones are replaced three times less often.

Is it compulsory to replace brake pads as a set?

New components are sold in sets for one axle. This is necessary to ensure uniform braking force. Besides, you should measure the thickness of the disc. If it is lower than the one specified by the car manufacturer, the parts have to be replaced.

How can I extend the service life of the brake pads on an Audi A4?

After the installation of new components, they should be bedded in. For this end, slow down gradually from 60 to 10 kph. This procedure has to be repeated about 10 times. Your driving style should be calm for the first 300 km. Avoid abrupt and unnecessary braking, decelerate slowly. The mechanisms should cool down after long-distance trips. Therefore, before parking your car, drive for about 3 minutes at a speed not higher than 60 kph.