BMW 3 Series 2dr Car Brakes OEM and Aftermarket
BMW 3 Series has been the benchmark in the entry-level luxury car market, be it in sedan, coupe, and convertible or wagon guise.
The BMW’s 3 new series brake consists of life- saving tricks packed in one vehicle for the first time ever! This brake predicts an emergency stop and makes it easy for the pad to move closer to the rotors thus they move faster. With this you can stop the BMW quickly at the bottom because they resist fading during long descents. The brakes also do squeeze the calipers now and then in the rain to keep the pads and rotors.
Most people do not inspect their pads that often and thus wait until they see the brake warning lamp appears on the dash boards. It is a wise idea to inspect your discs as soon as you see the warning lamp and since replacing the brake is an easier job to perform on your BMW you should then inspect your break pads after every thousand miles.
If you ignore the warning lamp, you may get to the points where the metal support of the pad may be contacting the break discs due to the metal-to-metal contact. During this condition it will not only give you poor breaking but will also begin to wear grooves in your brake discs and there is almost no way to repair them. Resurfacing might work sometimes but take care for the groove cut. It must not be deeper than allowed. The same rules apply to the brake discs that should be checked each time you replace your brake pads.
The procedure of replacing pads on the wheel almost the same since there is slight difference between front and rear brakes but in general the procedure is the same. sometimes when you park your car and it starts rolling away shows that the brakes has wear out causing them to become inefficient in holding the car when parked.
The generously dimensioned inner vented brakes suppress the thrust of the BMW to record levels with fixed calipers 395 mm brakes on the front axel and floating calipers 385mm brake on the rear axel.
Parking brakes work essentially like a drum style brake where there are two shoes mounted on the inside of the brake rotor. When you pull up on the handbrake, it drives the shoes outward, causing them to grip the inside of the brake rotor. Over time, friction wears the shoes down, causing them to not grip the inside of the rotor. The solution is to re-adjust the shoes so that they again come into contact with the rotor.
With this your BMW gets a high performance brake system which provides you with unlimited driving comfort whatever the situation. One touch of the break pedal is all that is needed for the high performance break to respond with perfect precision via the black enameled aluminum brake calipers.