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ACDelco Advantage brake rotors and drums feature the fit, form and function of premium aftermarket brakes at a more economical price. The ACDelco Advantage line offers dependability, performance and great value - without sacrificing important features and benefits.
Features & Benefits
- No machining required - ready to be installed right out of the box Rust-preventative coating
- Mill-balanced for proper rotor function
- Quality validated for proper metallurgy and correct brake plate thickness
- Non-directional brake surface finish for consistent braking
- Chamfer angle follows the OE design
Find out more about ACDelco Advantage Rotors/Drums and how they fit into the Brakes system with the product facts below.
ACDelco Advantage Brake Rotor
A rotating disc that helps slow or stop the vehicle when the brake pads press against its surface (disc brakes).
SIGNS OF WEAR:
Brake pedal pulsation (not to be confused with normal ABS operation), squealing or grinding noise, low brake pedal height, vehicle pulls to the left or right when brakes are applied.
ACDelco Advantage Brake Drum
A drum attaches to the wheel that slows the rotation of the wheel when the brake shoes contact its surface.
SIGNS OF WEAR:
Reduced braking force, low brake pedal height, increased stopping distances, squealing or scraping noises, brake pedal pulsation (not to be confused with normal ABS operation).
DID YOU KNOW:
When you step on your brake pedal, you command a stopping force 10 times as powerful as the force that puts the car in motion. The brakes system can exert as much as 1,000 pounds (450 kg) of hydraulic pressure on each of the four brakes.
WHAT IT DOES:
The brake system applies frictional force to the wheels to slow or stop the vehicle.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE:
The following inspections and maintenance procedures can help prevent potential brake problems.
- Check brake fluid level at every oil change. Replace fluid according to owner's manual recommendations.
- Calipers and wheel cylinders should be checked every brake inspection and serviced or replaced as required.
- Inspect the brake lines for rust, punctures or visible leaks (You may be able to do this, but consult a qualified technician if necessary).