Brake rotors are an important component of a car’s braking system that allows you to slow down or stop your vehicle when driving. Broken or busted brake discs need to be changed immediately to avoid any road accident. Get a genuine OEM brake rotors for various Mopar brands such as Dodge, Alfa Romeo, and Chrysler at MoparOnlineParts.
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Stop and Slow Down Your Vehicle Safely with Premium Brake Rotors
Brake rotors are one of the most important parts of your disc brake system. These brake discs are made of circular metal components and are held by the brake caliper at the wheel hub. When you press your foot down on your brake pad, heat and friction are created on the brake rotors to slow down or stop your car.
Unfortunately, the friction and heat can wear out your brake rotors, which can cause problems for you on the road. To avoid this, it’s best to regularly check your brake discs. Scratch marks and rust are indicators that you need a replacement. If you notice that you need to put your foot down on your brake pads extra hard to slow down or stop, you need to get new brake rotors immediately to avoid accidents. Excessive wheel vibrations are also an indicator that you need your existing disc brakes changed.
Purchase OEM Brake Discs for Mopar Cars
If you need a new set of brake rotors, you can purchase one from MoparOnlineParts. We have OEM front and rear brake rotors for select models from Chrysler, Dodge, Alfa Romeo, and other Mopar brands. All our items are 100% authentic and are sold for lower than the manufacturer’s suggested retail price. Questions about vehicle fitment? We indicate all car makes and models compatible with our products so you’re guaranteed to get what you need every time.
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Frequently Asked Question
How many brake rotors does a car have?
A car usually has four brake rotors. Automakers install one rotor in each of the vehicle’s wheels. Your brake calipers have pads that squeeze and apply friction to the rotors to slow down your wheels to either decelerate your car or bring it to a complete stop.
How long do brake rotors last?
Your vehicle’s brake rotors can last anywhere from 30,000 to 70,000 miles, depending on these factors:
The weight of your car, load, and passengers
How you drive your vehicle
The quality of your brake rotors
When do I replace my brake rotors?
You can see if your car needs new brake rotors by measuring their current thickness and seeing if it is far from the factory-recommended minimum thickness. Other ways to determine whether your brake rotors need replacing include:
Vibrations from your steering wheel, brake pedal, or both
Loud noises from your brakes when you stop your vehicle
Cracks on your brake rotors
Damage or grooves on the rotor’s surface
Warped or uneven rotor wear
Why are my brakes grinding after installing new pads & rotors?
Even with new pads and rotors, your brakes still need to be broken in. The brakes may squeal, screech, or grind as you break the new rotors in. The noise will subside over time as you use your brakes. On the other hand, these squealing and screeching sounds may come from uneven or worn-out brake pads.
How do I clean my brake rotors?
Detach and unscrew the lug screws or nuts to remove your wheels. Spray brake cleaner on your brakes, calipers, and rotors. Next, clean your rotors and calipers with a microfiber or regular cloth. Place your wheels back on your car and lower your vehicle afterward. Then, drive and break your newly cleaned brakes in.