Dodge Charger Brake Pads

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    About Dodge Charger Brake Pads

    Does it feel like grinding when you apply the brakes or do you notice a screeching sound when you press the brake pedal? If so, you're likely dealing with a brake pad problem. Brake pads are the friction material between the caliper and rotor that creates enough force to stop your vehicle. When brake pads fail, you can run into severe problems that make it dangerous to drive. Luckily, AutoZone has plenty of replacement brake pads for your Dodge Charger.

    Depending on how you drive and the type of brake pads you use, brake pads need to be replaced every 30,000 to 70,000 miles. Typically, there are two common brake pad types to choose from. Semi-metallic brake pads are a budget-friendly option with good longevity that might have a bit more brake noise, while ceramic brake pads are costlier but can last longer. The type of brake pad you choose also alters your Dodge Charger brake pad replacement cost. Expect to spend around $40 and up per set, and you can do the job yourself or bring your parts to a mechanic you trust.

    When it's time to replace your Dodge Charger brakes, AutoZone is the go-to destination. You'll find plenty of great brake pads from premium brands like Duralast and convenient order options like Same Day Delivery.



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    Brake jobs are easy & can be done with basic tools


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    I liked the packaging and the quality of the product. Easy and quick to install.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2017 dodge charger RT 392

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    Great pads, low price


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    I bought these for my Dodge Charger SRT. After bedding them in, they feel almost like the OEM. With no brake squel

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2018 Dodge Charger SRT

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    Lasts longer


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    I like the ceramic pads. When I need to stop my Charger sometimes at a moments notice they do a nice job. I usually replace every 2 years and they still have meat on the pad

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2018 Dodge Charger GT