2006 Saab 93 9-3 Brake Pad & Rotor Replacement - Part II
Replacing the brake pads and rotors on a 2006 Saab 93 SportCombi. Auto repair is easy.
How to replace the front rotors and brake pads on SAAB 9-3 (9-5 93 95)
Documenting how i help replace the rotors and brake pads on a 2004 SAAB 9-3. The procedures are similar for SAAB 9-5. Brake pads on Amazon: http://goo.gl/ZHHxh4
How To Replace Rear Disc Brakes (Full) - EricTheCarGuy
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How to Change Front Brake Discs & Pads
Brake pads consist of a backing plate and friction material. It is the friction material that comes into contact with the brake disc. Overtime the friction material wears down and your brakes become less effective at stopping your vehicle. The manufacturer of your vehicle will specify a minimum thickness of the friction material before the brake pads need to be replaced.When checking your brake pads, you should look at the inner and outer brake pads as they can wear at different rates. If your vehicle is fitted with alloy wheels looking at the thickness of the outer pad is not enough.Brake discs are made of cast iron. Like brake pads they can wear over time. Depending on your driving style, brake discs have a longer service life than the pads and do not require replacement every time pads are replaced. When you are inspecting brake discs you should check both sides. Find the right part for your car here: http://www.eurocarparts.com/