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Would a smart driver spend a lot for a beautiful luxury vehicle, if you plan to cut corners on new OEM or aftermarket parts and accessories? High-status cars including the plush Mercedes S320 were meant to be made use of with care and attention and then given proper repairs. To preserve the high value and style you selected with your Mercedes S320, it's important to select only the very best OEM and aftermarket parts. Count on the precision manufacture of genuine Mercedes performance vehicles for impressive efficiency. Top of the line carmaker Mercedes is famous for building rides that include refined styling and sleek performance. That Mercedes in the garage was made with quality and craftsmanship; it should have new parts of the same top level of quality. Mercedes S320 Brakes should be periodically inspected as they become worn and should be of the highest concern for frequent servicing. Your Mercedes S320 Brakes are positioned on every wheel and function either to decelerate the car or help it come to a complete halt. Mercedes S320 Brakes use a series of elements and components that help decelerate a car by changing mechanical energy, or speed, into heat. Collisions are a risk factor driving a car or truck, but drivers can reduce the odds of having a catastrophe just by installing and repairing your safety gear like turning lights and brake components. Few things are more critical than the safety of yourself and your loved ones, which is why repairing your car or truck with the best and most durable equipment is crucial. No matter whether you own a smokin' hot rod or a hard working truck, we have all the parts you need right here. No matter the part, Brakes or your Throttle Body Spacer, servicing your cherished vehicle with OEM quality parts should pay off every single time. When you have any questions about our accessories, our customer support team members can be reached during business hours - just our regular world-class customer service!
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The Mercedes Benz S class which is currently in its 6th generation possesses everything that the Mercedes brand is supposed to represent. The current S320 is fitted with a highly advanced disc braking system. A disc braking system consists of a brake rotor, a caliper and brake pads. When you step on the brake pedal, pressurized hydraulic fluid presses the brake pad against the rotating disc. This friction causes the vehicle to slow down or come to a stop.
Braking System Problems
A car's braking system is prone to problems due its constant use and the kind of friction and heating that the parts are exposed to. There are different problems that you can experience with different parts of the braking system. If your brake pads are worn your stopping distance will increase; and if completely worn you will experience the metal to metal grinding with the rotor. Brake pads will also crack when there is overheating; this will cause squeaking or squealing noises when stopping. Damaged brake rotors will also cause problems within your braking system. If they are warped from heat damage, they will lose contact with the brake pad.
Warped rotors also cause the brake pedal to pulsate and your vehicle may jerk when you are coming to a stop. Braking system leaks are another common occurrence. If this happens your brake pedal will go up to the floor when you step on it. Braking system leaks should be addressed urgently because they may cause the whole system to fail. Sticking calipers are also quite common; this occurs when caliper pistons get stuck in the bore and if this occurs the vehicle will pull to one side, which is quite dangerous. Brake fades are yet another common occurrence; this occurs when brake pads and rotors become less responsive due to heating.
Mercedes S320 Brake Pad and Rotor Replacement
The braking system is a high wear system; it therefore requires regular inspection and maintenance even when you are not experiencing problems. Its proper functioning is also quite critical in the maintenance of road safety. Experts recommend that brake pads be replaced every 50,000 miles. It is recommended that when brake pads are being replaced, brake rotors should also be inspected and if worn out or damaged replaced. Replacing your S320 Mercedes 1999 brake pads in Chicago will cost you between $207 and $293. A brake rotor replacement for the same S320 is bound to cost you between $614 and $891.
How do you check brake pads?
On average brake pads need to be replaced after 50,000 miles. Depending on the quality of the brake pads some may need to be replaced sooner at around 25, 000 miles and some can last up to 70, 000; though this is dependent on various factors. You will know your brake pads are worn if the lining is damaged to the thickness of the steel backing plate. The friction material on new brake pads is about 12mm and it is recommended that you replace your brake pads when they reach 3 to 4mm. For the best deals on all automobile parts and accessories visit PartsGeek.com.
Brakes available for the following Mercedes S320 years: 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94. This part is also sometimes called Mercedes S320 Brake. We stock brakes parts for most Mercedes models including E320, C230, E350, ML350, C300, S550, GL450, ML320, S500, S430, C240, SL500, GLK350, C280, E55 AMG, 300D, S63 AMG, Sprinter 2500, CLK320, E500, ML430, ML500, C320, R350, CLS550, CLA250, E550, E63 AMG, E430, SLK230, 300E, 300SD, 300TD, CLK500, C63 AMG, GL550, E300, 190E, C250 and 560SL.