BMW 328i Brake Pads

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    About BMW 328i Brake Pads

    Have you noticed a screeching or squeaking sound when your BMW 328i comes to a stop? If so, it's likely a problem with your brake pads. Some other signs of bad brake pads include a burning smell, noises when turning, and trouble with acceleration if the caliper is locked. Failing to replace your brakes leads to more expensive repairs down the line, so always be proactive. Thankfully, AutoZone has what you need to replace the brake pads for your BMW 328i.

    A BMW 328i should have its brake pads replaced every 30,000 to 70,000 miles, especially if you do a lot of spirited driving, or whenever the remaining material is 1/4-inch thick or less. The BMW 328i brake pad replacement cost varies whether you have a mechanic do the job or take on the job at home. You can change the brake pads yourself for under $200 if you just get the parts. For issues that go beyond the brake pads, like rotor or caliper damage, get helpful advice from an in-store associate.

    When it's time to replace BMW 328I brake pads, look no further than AutoZone. Not only will you find brake pads from premium brands like Duralast but you'll also have access to convenience you can depend on with Same Day Delivery.

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    Amazing brake pads!

    Dylan

    in a year

    These brake pads are absolutely amazing. Amazing stopping power and completely eliminated the brake dust issue i was having.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? BMW 328i xDrive

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    Brakes are good

    Larry

    in 4 years

    This product is a good one especially cause it has low break dust and it was for an 07 bmw 328i

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 bmw 328i

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    Not a perfect :(

    Andrii

    in 2 years

    A few days after the replacement, they began to whistle even with a slight pressure on the brake pedal, apparently a large amount of metal in the pads.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2011 BMW 328i convertible