Audi Brake Repair & Replacement

Brakes are a vital component of your Audi’s safety and performance, and they should never be compromised. At BM Tech, we understand this and ensure that we only use original parts and components when performing a Audi brake repair or replacement.

Our team of qualified technicians have the right training, experience and access to the latest diagnostic software and service equipment to ensure that your brake repair or replacement is done correctly and efficiently. Trust us, when it comes to brakes, it’s important to never take shortcuts. Always have your Audi brake repair or replacement carried out by a qualified technician at BM Tech.

Now let’s take a look at some common issues regarding your Audi’s brakes.

Why do you use original Audi brake parts?

When it comes to brake repairs, using inferior or aftermarket parts can seem like a cost-effective solution in the short term, but it can end up costing you more in the long run. These parts often cause issues such as brake squeal and shudder, which can only be corrected by replacing them again.

At BM Tech, we use only original parts and components when performing brake repairs or replacements on your Audi to ensure the best performance and safety for your vehicle. It’s always better to replace them properly and replace them once for the long term savings and performance.

What does a typical Audi brake repair or replacement entail?

  • A check of how worn the disc brakes are.
  • Replacement of the front and rear pads if needed.
  • Ensure brake fluid levels are adequate.
  • A check of all brake system components.
  • A test drive to make sure brakes are working properly.

How long should Audi brake pads last?

The lifespan of brake pads varies greatly depending on your driving style and usage. On average, brake pads need to be replaced anywhere between 15,000 and 70,000 kilometres. Factors such as aggressive braking, heavy traffic, and steep terrain can cause the pads to wear down faster, while defensive driving and lighter usage can extend the life of the pads.

It’s important to note that every time you use your brakes, the pads are pressed against the brake discs, causing friction and slowing you down, which also wears down the pads. So, if you drive defensively, giving yourself plenty of time to slow down, the pads won’t be pressed as hard to the discs, which will give them a greater chance of making it to the 70,000-kilometer mark. It’s always a good idea to have your brakes inspected regularly to ensure that they are functioning properly and to replace them as needed.

What is causing that shuddering or squeaking?

Most likely inferior components. Cheap pads and discs are cheap for a reason; made from inferior materials and put together poorly, they are more likely to lead to issues and do so sooner. The only remedy is replacement with authentic Audi parts which are high quality and built to last.

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