Location : Front Passenger SideNotes : M10 x 1 Bleeder Port Size; M10 x 1 Inlet Port Size; 2.36 in. OD Piston Size; Steel Piston MaterialCondition : RemanufacturedSeries : A1 Cardone RemanType : Caliper & HardwareCaliper Piston Count : 1-PistonQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 2-year or 24,000-mile A1 Cardone limited warranty
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Helpful Automotive Resources
October 22, 2019
How to Replace Front Brake PadsIf you decide to have a professional replace your brake pads, which is a smart move if you’re uncertain of your mechanical prowess, expect to pay anywhere from $200-$500. The job can be even more costly if you have a high-end luxury or performance car.
November 08, 2019
How to Replace a Brake DiscIf you decide to have a professional replace your brake discs, which is a smart move if you’re uncertain of your mechanical prowess, expect to pay anywhere from $200-$500. The job can be even more costly if you have a high-end luxury or performance car.
November 07, 2019
How to Diagnose Faulty Front Brake DiscsNote: The following are general guidelines for educational and entertainment purposes only. Consult your vehicle’s factory information for specific repair instructions and recommended safety procedures.
1. Go by Pedal Feel
January 26, 2020
Brake Dust: What You Need to Know to Keep Your Wheels CleanContrary to what some online sources may tell you, brake dust doesn’t usually indicate a problem with your car. The dust is a byproduct of normal brake operation, which means it’s not dangerous—but it does ruin the appearance of your vehicle’s wheels.