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Mercedes Benz Brake Disc Rotor Set Parts
What comes to mind when you think of a Mercedes Benz? Elegance, class, and sophistication are but a few descriptive nouns that one can think of. Leather seats, leather steering wheel, rear ventilation ducts, cruise control, memorized settings for 3 drivers, dual zone climate controls - driver and passenger, a rear View Camera and Mbrace telecommunications service are only some of the few features you can look forward to when driving a stylish Mercedes.
If you are driving a 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Sedan, you can rest assured because this models’ safety features include emergency braking assist, 4-wheel ABS, traction control, front and rear ventilated disc brakes, emergency braking preparation, stability control, pre-collision safety system, and brake drying. In an emergency, emergency brakes assist (EBA) increases braking pressure. The system detects if the driver is trying to make an emergency stop by interpreting the speed and force in which the brake pedal is pushed. If the brake pedal is not fully pushed in, the system overrides and applies brakes until the ABS brakes start working.
ABS brakes keep the wheels from locking, thus, offering the driver a better chance at steering control. The C-Class is fitted with front and rear ventilated disc brakes. An alternative function of ABS is traction control. This is the prevention of loss of traction when the car is stationary but accelerates while tires are spinning. Traction control will regulate braking pressure, reduce the amount of torque provided to the wheels and regulate fuel released to the engine.
Why use a ventilated disc? It reduces the distance needed to stop a car and resist fade. Performance cars are mostly fitted with ventilated disc brakes. The disc brakes consist of the following parts: the Mercedes brakes or brake pads, the Mercedes rotors and the caliper. The caliper contains a piston. When the brake pedal is forced down, the caliper forces the brake pads to grab on to and squeeze the rotor. The brake rotors are cushioned between the discs and the force applied between the pads and the rotor causes friction, which in turn, causes the disc to slow down.
Mercedes brakes also have a feature called brake drying. In rainy conditions, brakes are kept dry by applying a little more pressure on the caliper in order to improve the power to stop. When you hear a strange, harsh grinding noise, even when your window are up, or if your brake indicator sign lights up, you want to service Mercedes brake rotor sets immediately. Chances are that those parts will have to replace. Do not waste any time on cheap products. Order parts made from high quality material from us today. Bad parts can lead to dangerous situations and this is exactly what you want to avoid when shopping for Brake parts. Don’t make the mistake of buying low quality parts, but also do not make the mistake of buying overpriced parts. Get the best of the two with BuyAutoParts.com.