How Often Should Brake Rotors be Replaced?

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The brake rotors on your car should be replaced when they are making a bad grinding noise or if they are about to break. This may occur every 100,000 miles, but it depends on the type of breaking the driver does.
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They really should be turned every time the brakes are replaced. If not, they will eventually become warped and will need to be totally replaced which can be expensive.
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The first step in replacing brake rotors is to put the vehicle on jack stands. You can then remove the wheel and unbolt the brake caliper from it's mount. Once the brake caliper is
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when there is a visable rigde / lip on the edge of the disc (rotor) when there is a visable rigde / lip on the edge of the disc (rotor)
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1 Wear protective gloves before working on any part of the vehicle. Ad 2 Place the car on a lift, or use a jack to raise it. 3 Remove the wheels from the car so that you can work
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Brake rotors should ideally be replaced approximately every 30,000 to 50,000 miles. Failure to do this could result in rusting and cracking of the rotors. ...
Rotors have come down in price significantly in the past decade. Supply and demand has been a major contributor, as well as many countries are now offering manufacturing ...
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