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Quality is a BMW customary trait that they have stuck to every since the company was founded. They have forever created vehicles with advanced and stylish designs, all with a vow to adhere to their loyal customers with the same standards they have come to expect. BMW is still developing quality driven automobiles. They have a lengthy product line up, which has been a vital aspect in pushing them to become a worldwide industry leader, and more specifically, with their brake pad parts and components. Your braking system works together to slow and stop your BMW, including the brake pads, rotor, master cylinder, caliper, and piston. However, it is the friction material on your brake pads that is pressed against the brake rotor whenever you step on the brake pedal. These pads are much more prone to wear out quicker than any other aspect on your brake system. Over a period of time, it is important to examine and if needed, replace your BMW’s brake pads with new ones in order to keep the system functioning correctly and efficiently. Removing your BMW’s brake pads is not difficult. With some easy to follow instructions, you can do so from your own garage or driveway with the proper tools. First up, park your BMW on a flat area and slacken the wheel lugs on both of your front tires with your lug wrench. Then lift up the front using a floor jack and support your BMW on two jack stands. Take off the front tires and detach the plastic plugs from the two caliper mounting pins in the rear of the brake calipers. If you have questions about BMW’s brake pad parts or components, the FCP Euro team and website are here for any questions you have.

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Unplug the brake lining wear sensor on the passenger side of your BMW’s caliper and remove the two caliper mounting pins by unscrewing them with the proper Allen wrench. Take off the caliper strip plate positioned on the side of the brake caliper that is facing you. Now, tug out the brake caliper so it is off the disc rotor and your caliper’s mounting bracket. With a screwdriver, cautiously pry off the caliper off, if it is sticky, and then detach the outer and inner brake pads from the caliper. You will need to follow a similar set up directions in order to install your new BMW brake pads, as well. FCP Euro's clever and qualified call center staff is accessible and standing by to answer any questions you have. If you are not sure which brake pad part or component is preferred for your BMW, FCP has an extensive catalog for the BMW brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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