We use the brakes in our vehicles all the time and we depend on them to do their job. The braking system is used to help slow down and bring your Mopar vehicle to a safe stop. There are a few different types of braking systems, which include disc or drum types. Most modern vehicles are installed with disc braking systems. There are many different components that make up a braking system, including brake pads, your rotors, pistons, and calipers. These components should all be maintained so they can work together efficiently during the braking process. The brakes work to convert kinetic energy that your vehicle produces into friction, which naturally opposes the motion of your vehicle. The result is that your wheels start to slow down. It's important to be checking the condition of the brakes often so that you can make replacements when needed. You can check components of the system yourself for wear and tear, like grooves on the rotors or worn down brake pads. When you make brake system replacements, ensure that you are using OEM parts made for your make and model. Find them here at Landmark Mopar Parts.
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