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Nissan Armada Brake Disc

How to Get the Most Out of Your Nissan Armada Brake Disc

Have you ever tried driving with a busted brake disc? If not, then it's best that you don't attempt to. Your Nissan Armada brake disc, along with the other brake components, takes responsibility for stopping your car whenever you need to. So to have a safe and smooth ride, it's important that you keep the brake disc in good working condition. Here are some ways to preserve your vehicle's brake disc:

  • Prevent major troubles through regular inspection.

It takes adequate car care and maintenance to keep your vehicle's components in top condition. Good thing you only need basic knowledge in car repair to perform the necessary measures in preserving the brake disc. Make sure that you have jacks and jack stands ready to securely raise your car. When you have successfully lifted the vehicle, remove the wheel and tire to have a closer look at the brake disc. A few things you need to look out for would be signs of warping and corrosion or any indication of damage on the disc. Once you have confirmed that the brake disc has been damaged, it's best to have it replaced immediately.

  • Get a cleaning solution that's safe yet effective.

If you're not familiar with aftermarket brake cleaners, you can ask for recommendations from your trusted mechanic. Or if you are tech-savvy, you can try researching on the cleaning products available online. One of the most common brake disc cleaners come in the form of spray. You simply spray the cleaner on the brake disc's surface to get rid of dust and grime that have settled on it. The spray-on cleaner not only makes the disc look squeaky clean, but also helps keep corrosion away for some time. Just be careful when choosing the right cleaner and make sure that it's safe to use on your disc before you purchase it.

  • Eliminate rust as soon as you can.

Preventing rust from eating up the disc is important if you want to get the most out of your disc. Once you have found signs of rust on the disc during your regular inspection, try to assess how deep rust has gone on the disc material. If it's just on the surface, regular braking should be enough to get rid of it. If after driving a couple of miles, the rust is still there, then you may lightly sand the affected area until the rust is completely eliminated.

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  • How to Pin Down a Faulty Nissan Armada Brake Disc

    When your brake disc goes bad, the signs and symptoms are rather obvious. Although it may take some time for a beginner to spot these signs, it helps to know what exactly to look out for. Below are some tips on how to spot a damaged Nissan Armada brake disc:

    You can hear brake squeals as you brake.

    Since your brakes are assigned to provide adequate stopping power to halt your vehicle, it's paramount that you keep them fully functional. You should know that a brake disc in good shape will not produce any unusual sounds when you apply the brakes. What happens when you start hearing brake squeals? This is an indication that the friction material of your brake pads has worn down to its last 25%, so they have to be replaced any time soon. However, brake squeals could also mean that there is moisture on the brake disc, which can cause rust. If you notice surface rust on the disc, don't worry too much as this can be gone after several brake application.

    You notice vibrations when braking.

    A healthy brake disc doesn't normally give off vibrations when you step on the brake pedal. If you feel that the steering wheel also vibrates as you brake, there's probably a warped brake disc down there. When the pads come in contact with a warped disc or rotor, it produces a wobbly effect, which is then travelled to the brake pedal and steering wheel and can be felt as pulsation. When the rotor is warped, you can either have it re-machined to replaced with a new one.

    You can feel that the brakes have weakened.

    When you notice a loss of braking power, you definitely need to spend time examining your entire brake assembly, especially the Nissan Armada brake disc. One of the most common causes of a reduced braking power a disc that suffers from thermal shock loads. This can lead to the disc cracking, which eventually disorients your brakes. Have your brake disc replaced as soon as you noticed cracks or warping on its surface. If you're thinking of re-machining it, ask a mechanic first if such fix is still possible considering the current thickness of the disc.